Is it possible to put a video on how to replace the broiler igniter AP2150414? The showed video is for the oven igniter AP2150412. I really love your videos, very usefull. Thanks
Answer Hi Colina. We continuously up grade our web site with newer repair videos. Thank You for your comments. It is very similar change -out between each igniter bake or broil. Just different locations. You may need to disconnect the wiring harness and also remove one front broil screw. Then lift the complete burner assy. up off the broil orifice and pull out the complete burner assy. Now you can work on the igniter on a table- top. Whichever is easier. Igniter part # 5303935068. Thank You.
The oven works fine, but the broiler takes a long time to come on. Is there a separate ingniter for the broiler and, if so, where is it located ? Thanks
Answer JT, Yes there are two burner igniters in the oven. 5303935068 is the broil burnrt igniter, and it could be weak, causing an extended ignition time or the burner openings could be partially clogged and need cleaning. You'll find the igniter mounted to the side of the broil burner, near the ceiling of the oven, by two screws. It will also protrude into/through the back wall of the oven but no major concerns there either. Thanks and Good Luck
When push botton for bake, it lights on then shuts off.
Answer Hi Jack. You will need to change the oven igniter part # is 5303935068. Thank you.
Broiler will work, but oven will not work.
Answer Hello Harold! Check your bake ignitor 5303935066. It should be glowing bright red to a white color. If it is a dull orange/red color it will need to be replaced. Hope this information helps!
Does this replace a thermocouple?
Answer No, this will not replace a thermocouple. This is an igniter that is used with a completely different system than what a thermocouple is used on. If you post your model number we may be able to assist you further. Thanks!