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    • Part Number: AP3191250
    • MFG Part Number: WB13T10010
    • Made by: GE
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The igniter (AP3191250) doesn't come with the cable. So where to get the replacement cable ( from the igniter to switch)?

Bill for Model Number JGP963SEF1SS

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Right rear igniter is weak, with all burner caps off and a screwdriver held close. If no screw driver held near the right front will spark, right front seems to do this when any burner is trying to ignite without burner heads . All was working fine until she cleaned the area with soft scrub. Tried removing the burner screws and got things loose but not able to remove burner or igniter. Spark seemed stronger after putting screws back but not strong enough, bad ground at that one burner? Cracked igniter? Thanks

Paul for Model Number JGP328WEC1WW

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After replacing with a brand new spark switch assembly, only two of the igniter are sparking (they were all working prior to parts replacement). Does igniter need to be grounded or some sort ? Can i also switch around igniter connection from the spark module for testing purposes ? What am i missing ? buy new igniter or spark module ? Help

Troy

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I have 4 burners. When any of them are turned on, I can here sparking but none of them light. What part needs replacing?

Patricia H. for Model Number JGP933CEK2CC

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My GE left rear burner sparks when I switched it on, but it is very weak and can not ignite. All other burners are working ok. I pulled the weak igniter out and noticed the connection between the white porcelain to the red wire is not solid (seems like aging due to heat). I bought the igniter AP3191250 and found out it does not come with a wire. What part should I order to get the wire. Please help. Thanks.

John Z. for Model Number JGP628WEC2WW

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This is a ceramic cooktop. Do I have to disassemble ceramic top to replace igniter?

Richard M for Model Number JGP940KEK1CC

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Does this ignitor package include cable?

Tao

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Our stove was not igniting so we asked and were told to replace the spark module. I've replaced that but still get no clicking except in the back left burner. Should I be replacing the igniters or have I installed the spark module incorrectly?

Brad for Model Number JGP6288EC288

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The rear two burners click (continually fire) when power is on. I replaced the harness switch and the spark module but the issue continues to occur. Could the actual issue be that I need to replace the two igniters for the rear burners? Is there some sort of short in the igniter post itself or could it be the wires going from the spark module to the igniters themselves?

Peter for Model Number JGP940BEK1BB

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Both rear cooktop burners work properly. The Front Left Burner has no clicking sound but burner only lights with a match. The Right Front Burner has a clicking sound but only lights with a match. The two front ignitors look a lot more used (and they are) because of their burner convenience at the front of the stove. I suspect the 2 front ignitors (P/N WB13K10006) and not the Spark Module (WB13K25). If you think the ignitors warrant replacement, how are they removed? I solicit any other troubleshooting tests or ideas you have.

Bob K for Model Number GE JGB920CEC1CC

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