Does this ignitor package include cable?
Answer Hello Tao! No, the igniter WB13T10010 does not include the wiring. We'll need the model number to your appliance to verify if the manufacturer offers the wiring for your unit. Thanks.
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?
You will want to check the ignition switches and wiring from the switches to the spark module. To check the switches you will want to turn off the gas to the unit. Using a continuity tester you will turn on the switch and should have continuity across the leads. If not then the switch is bad and would need to be replaced.
Two of my Igniters aren't working. Is it the Ignitor that I should buy or is there another part that could be causing the issue?
Answer Hello Rob, it could be your spark module WB13K25 or the ignitor switches WB18T10176 though, it's unlikely two ignitor switches would fail at the same time. Hope this helps!
I have model JGP989BK288. The igniter does not stop sparking.
Answer Hello Charles,
When only one surface burner isn't working, it is normally because of a dropped ground. The ignitor has to have a good ground to spark to, as you know the circuit has to be complete back to ground. The cook top is made up of multiple steel parts, all screwed together. The way I usually restore normal operation is to remove all of the parts that are screwed together and use a piece of 120 grit sand paper to "clean" the surfaces that contact to complete the ground up to the ignitor area. Since you have a glass cook top, the unit will have to be pulled from its' installation and the glass top removed to find the point where the ground has lost contact. Sometimes, just tightening the screws will work, but this is pretty much a temporary fix. If you want it to fix the issue, you will go to the trouble listed above.
I need to know how to replace the igniter.
Answer Hello Weimin. This appears to be a standard press-fit igniter. Removing the old one should be as simple as pulling upward on the white body of the igniter. When you pull the old one up you should see the wire attached to it. Pull this wire out of the old igniter and push it into the new one. If you cannot access the wire, you may need to remove the screws attaching the main cook top and lift the top up to access the electrical innards. I hope this info helps!
Hi, I have one ignitor on my propane stove that is not igniting. Do you think this new ignitor will solve my problem. Thanks,
Answer Hello John. It's possible that the igniter could be bad. It's also possible the the spark switch part number WB24K10002
could be bad too. Hope this helps.
Do they have a propane kit?
Answer The lp orifices can be WB28T10017 and WB28K10085. The unit I searched under shows to have to different sizes of burners a large and small.