My oven will not come on. The ignitor is glowing and sensor ohms out at 1100 ohms.
Answer Hello Richard,
The most common failure is the ignitor 316489400. It's hard to tell for sure without a clamp on ampmeter TJCL1100, but the ignitor needs to turn almost white hot to open the safety valve and ignite. Orange isn't quite hot enough. The ignitor should pull between 3.2 to 3.6 amps of current to open the valve properly. Of course you should make sure gas is available to the unit. If the surface burners work, this is verification enough.
My oven will not light, the digital controls on top seem to work, if you hit preheat and set it to 350 in about 5 seconds it just cancels itself.
I removed the ignitor next to the burner and connected it to 120v and it glows without any problem, do you think this module Part Number: AP4374595 is the problem.
Answer Hi Wilson. No, the spark module is for the top burners only. You need to check the oven sensor part # 316134900. You need to see if it will ohm out between 1080-1,000 ohms. Move the wires as you check it, so if it is a open or shorted wire it will show up. Usually the oven sensor will bring up a F-3 code if defective. If the sensor is OK, then change the clock control part # 5303935102. Thank You.