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    • Part Number: AP2832933
    • MFG Part Number: 00415504
    • Made by: Bosch
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Hello, I have a PRG304 that sputters intermediately when the oven is on. The ignition glows bright yellow. I checked the safety valve: 1.1 ohms, No continuity to the valve body, 118 to 121 vac across the valve leads. i am thinking it is the valve?? Thanks for any help.

Marc T. for Model Number Thermador PRG304US

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On my oven the gas sputters like other ovens I've read about, hovwever the broiler and the cooktop burners do not vary like the oven. Also, I have a rear simmer burner that does not work. I have checked the card controller on the front of the knob and that does not make a difference all. It does spark but no gas. Thanks Scott.

Scott for Model Number thermador PRSG304S

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I need the igniter for the gril that is part of the 4' Thermador cooktop that I have ( approx 17 years old but in great shape). The part number is #1032611. Do you have an adaptable igniter that could be used?

Wgs for Model Number Thermador Cooktop GCT364G

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Gas Oven sputters after igniting, It never reaches proper temperature. The ignitor stays orange. So what should the ohm meter read?

Good E. for Model Number PRG364GDUS

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Hi, This is Dennis again. I have already replaced the gas valve (duel oven safety valve 415497) about 8 months ago and the oven still does not get up to temp. You suggested replacing the pressure regulator. Are you talking about the main gas line pressure regulator or is there another one. If the main pressure regulator is bad wouldn't it affect the burners also? Can I test the pressure regulator? I will probably replace the igniter antway. Last time I turned the oven on it didn't light and the kitchen filled up with gas. Not a good thing. We were very lucky. I'm a full time paid professional Captain with the Kearny, NJ fire department and it wouldn't have looked good if my house blew up! I tried to light the oven again and the igniter was weak and I smelt gas but the gas didn't ignite so I turned the oven off. I think the igniter is bad and not getting hot enough to ignite the gas but still sending a signal to the gas valve to open. Could this be possible? Thanks again for your help, Dennis If you can call me it would be helpful.

Dennis for Model Number Thermador PRG364GLUS

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If my oven ignitor, #415504, is not working properly (not glowing bright white/orange) will it cause the gas valve not to open all the way and the flame to sputter and be small on the oven burner and cause it to take longer to reach temperature?

Dennis for Model Number PRG364GLUS

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My oven takes several minutes to ignite and once it does it sputteres and take as long as an hour to reach 350 degrees. It acts like the gas valve is not opening all the way. Is it possible for the igniter to be causing this even if it is glowing? Also the picture of the igniter on this website looks different than mine will it still work or is the picture just inaccurate? Any info on this subject would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

James for Model Number PRG364GLUS

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The oven has quit working. The burners and griddle still work fine.I am guessing that the igniter is the most likely suspect as I dont think that gas will flow to the oven unless the igniter is hot. I do not smell gas flowing to the oven. I do not smell gas flowing to the oven. thx

John T. for Model Number Thermador GCRG364-GD

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When I turn on the oven, the igniter starts and keeps igniting the whole time the oven is on. Is it suppose to do that, the gas does not ignite right away leading to a small explosion when it does.

Liz

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