Igniter was not producing enough to allow ignition (second time for this stove
Kenneth D. • Colorado Springs, CO • June 12, 2014
My Repair & Advice
Igniter arrived, I took drawer out and also the bottom of the oven piece. Unscrewed the two screws that hold it in place and cut the wires to install the new igniter. At this point, one of the wires popped into the back space, so I had to move the stove out to reach it and stick it back through. Connected the new igniter and wire connectors and put the drawer and oven bottom back in. It took 20 minutes, but then I spent about 8 minutes cleaning the area out and getting the wire back in. Very easy, but remember to unplug the stove electric cord and turn off the gas valve.