I can not find the model for my Kitchenaid cooktop model number KGCD807XBL00.
Answer Jaicii, the top burner igniter for model KGCD807XBL00 is part number 74009336. Thanks!
Does AP2123862 fit fgfl79dba?
Answer Hello Hollis,
This part is not listed for the model number you posted so we cannot guarantee it will work on your model.
Looking to replace the ignitor could I get instructions before getting the part to see if I can get this apart. Please any service manual?
Unfortunately we do not have a service manual for this unit. To remove the igniter you will have to lift the cooktop from installation and turn off gas and power supply. Take the grates, drip pans and burner caps. Once you have this off and the unit is out of the opening, you will then want to remove the screws that hold the burners in place and the screws around the perimeter of the burner box. Remove the knobs and if there are screws under the knobs remove them. Lift the top off and you can change out the igniter.
Two of the four surface burners light. The other two when turned on click but do not light. Both burners that click but not light can be lit using a flame. Does this sound light a bad spark electrode or a bad spark ignightor switch. Thank you for your help.
You will want to check to make sure that the electrode is positioned properly. A electrode that is not positioned properly will cause light issue. If this checks ok then you would want to check the electrode to make sure that there are not cracks in the insulation. This issue would be more like caused by the electrode if the unit clicks when you try to light but just not lighting.
I have a Creda cooktop GHH100 and I need replacement igniter electrodes. Can you help?
Answer Hello Bruce
To properly assist you we will need your model number to help you with this. Please post your model number with a new question on the parts page. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx
If 2 of the 4 burners ignitors spark and light, but 2 do not spark. Does that mean the top ignitor is bad. If I disconnect the wires and hold them close to metal they spark but not when connected to the burner. Thanks.
Answer Hello Alan,
This either means you have a bad ignitor, or you have lost the ground to that ignitor. The ground is established through the metal parts of the body and they tend to loose the ground from spills that get down between the pieces of metal that have to make electrical contact so ground will be present beside the ignitor so the spark can discharge to it. Many times cleaning the unit up by removing screws and panels will re-establish the ground and no parts are necessary. This is assuming of course that the ignitor is good. Any cracks in the ignitors' porcelain insulator requires that the ignitor be replaced.