I have Frigidaire stove the oven stop work so I got an ignitor and it still does not work.
Answer Hello Jerome. If the igniter is not glowing, the thermostat 5308013926 is bad. The thermostat has been permanently discontinued by the manufacturer and we don't know of any source or replacement for the part.
I have a Frigidare model #FGF316WGSF. Does the spark module light the oven as well as the stove? I can light the burners with a match or lighter (haven't tried the oven) but there is no clicking sound when I try and turn on the burners.
The spark module is used for igniting the top burners on the unit. The oven has separate glow igniters and safety valve that allow it to light. If your all of your top burners do not click or light then the most likely cause would be the spark module 5303912606.
Spark Module Part #AP2149264 looks exactly like the part we are looking for but when I enter the Model # of our Roper range it says it will not work. Is that correct? Thanks, Mel
Answer Hello Melvin,
If you need a spark module, the part number for your model is 4372836. The part you were looking at will not work on your model. The model number you listed should have ended with a zero not an O. The difference is that the ending digit needs to be numerical not alphabetical.
Both front & rear right-side burners do not work unless I use a match. When I turn any right-side knob, I smell gas & hear clicking only on the left-side. I Do not even smell gas on the right. Thanks for your answer.
Answer Hi. Use a volt/ohm meter part # TJMA-DM1 to assist you in your diagnostics. Ohm out the ignitors part # 5303131105 to see if they still have continuity and have not grounded out to the chassis, not allowing the spark travel up to the burner. Clean off the burner caps underside to insure the caps are all touching the burners tops so the spark path can travel. If the ignitors are good then replace the spark module part # 5303912606. Thank You.
Is this spark module something I could install or is it difficult and would I have to hire an appliance repair person? Would I need special tools?
Answer Karen, Yes, You should be able to replace the spark module yourself. There are no special tools required, a phillips head screw driver and a pair of needle nose pliers, would be handy. Just remember to unplug the power cord first, you don't want to shock yourself.