Spark but no fire
David N. • San Jose, CA • September 20, 2014
My Repair & Advice
You will need a special "star" socket driver for this process. You can find it at any auto parts retailer, I got mine at the AutoZone.
First unscrew the 2 "star" screws and unplug the igniter lead from the old burner then plug the igniter lead into the new burner igniter and re-screw the new burner back on the range. It was a very easy swap out process.
In the process, I broke one of the screw... this is the hard part of all trying to remove the broken screw. Remember to soak the screws with W40 before you remove them (at least 5 minutes each) wiggle the screw while introducing the W40, when the rust broke loose screw can be removed like a snap.
Without the broken screw I would say it will take you about 10 to 15 minutes to replace all 5 burners. The range is now look and work just like new.