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    • Part Number: AP2150412
    • MFG Part Number: 5303935066
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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When trying to start oven, sometimes smell of gas and then oven lights with a pop or bang (small explosion), also take about 20 minutes to heat up to 350* degrees.

Glenn O. for Model Number 30-4980-00-04

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The bottom oven burner will not ignite although the igniter glows yellow. The broiler and top burners all work well. Is this a faulty thermocouple and is that a part of the igniter?

Michael

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When I turn on oven, it doesn't heat up. Igniter isn't cracked and tests fine. What else could it be, the igniter lines?

Jeezy for Model Number FGF337ASJ

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My stove comes on, it takes a long time for the temperature to get ready. Then when it gets to the right temp. It goes off and it wont come back on when the temperature gets lower some time for ten minites and it takes the cooking time twice as long to cook. Can't determine when food is done. Took two hours to cook a 45 minute pie. Can you help me please.

Barbara for Model Number FGF326ASA

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Oven would not ignite, so I orderedt the igniter (5303935066) and replaced it however the oven still will not ignite. I checked the continuity on the new igniter and the safety valve and both are good. Not sure where to go from here?

Kurt for Model Number FGF337BCG

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Hi I was tightening the nut on the flame spreader and the screw part broke off how do I fix it, thanks

Lupe for Model Number FGF326ASA

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We bought a house in 2004 that has a Tappan in wall gas oven. We found the owners manual with installation dates of August 1992 for both stove top and Oven. While away on vacation, my house-sitting 20 yr old daughter called to say it was not getting up to temperature. After watching various videos, they recommend checking the current to the ignitor on the glow tube... suggesting it would be 3.03-3.6 (same as on panel) but a clamp ammeter around the leads reads only 2.5 or so. The glow tube looks bright yellow-white as it reads anything at all. But I saw no gas jet, no ignition. How should I proceed? I have watched your video about replacing an ignitor, but cannot get behind this wall unit. PS: The two registration cards cite numbers of 14-2629-23 or 12-2299-10/05 but I can't tell which is which. Can you?

Kirk G for Model Number TAPPAN 14-2629-23 or 12-2299-10/05

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I have a Tappan Gas Oven purchased in 1985. No problems until now. The oven nor broiler will turn on. The burners all work fine. I put a new oven ignitor in the first of July. Worked great until last week. Now the oven won't heat at all or the broiler. Any suggestions what might be the problem. Can parts be ordered for this age of oven? I was told the oven was unfixable, but I don't want to give up yet. Thank you.

Dale W for Model Number 30260323/042018429 3293

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This is Brandon from Kansas City, just thought maybe you would be the right guy to ask about my Kenmore gas oven problem. I'm not getting any gas to my oven, getting gas to the range just fine, all burners work properly. The ignition coils lights up orange, but the only way I could get the oven to light was to tap on the gas valve with a wrench. I've already replaced the gas valve and solenoid unit, still have no success, I tested the voltage and it was only getting 7V, so I replaced the ignition transformer (small box on the back of the oven), and the valve is now getting 9V but still wont open. The only way I can get even the brand new valve to open is to tap on the solenoid side very slightly with a wrench. So my last resort was to replace the connections to the solenoid, but still no success. Let me know if you have any ideas. Very Respectfully, Brandon

Brandon for Model Number Kenmore

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Hi - I'm fairly certain my oven igniter needs to be replaced (slow to heat up, etc.). However, my broiler has been out for a long time. Are there two separate igniters for my model oven that may need to be replaced?

Al for Model Number 790.75903990

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