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Large Wire Nut (10/PKG.)

Part Number: AP5641946
MFG Part Number: TJMA01166-1
Made by: Pro
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Part Number TJMA01166-1 (AP5641946) replaces MA01166-1, 2886210, T2070.

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Hello, Are these ceramic wire nuts the proper size to use to connect the wires to the oven igniter part #AP2934763 (786324) that i Recently purchased from you? I see on the size stated that they are large. Also i purchased this range brand new and the wire nuts when i pulled the igniter out were the ordinary plasic type,and one of them had started to melt.

Donald R

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Need a new igniter but not sure on the model #.

Rosie C for Model Number ss63gper-2. or ss630per-2

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Are these the same size wire nuts that come with an igniter that I recently purchased from you (part number AP2020569)?

Jennifer for Model Number AP2020569

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I have a Amana gas stove & the oven will not light all the time & the Igniter looks like it is getting hot. What could be the problem? Model # is AGS751W. I have took the ignitor out, do you think it is the problem and how can I check it? Thanks!

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