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    • Part Number: AP3202322
    • MFG Part Number: WB13T10045
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I have a GE gas range model JGSP28SEN1SS. I used the oven on the bake setting yesterday, but when I went to use it tonight the display said pre-heat, but the oven was not getting got at all. Upon further inspection I noticed the stove top burners and the oven broiler were working fine. When I removed the oven bottom plate I also noticed that when I turned the oven on bake the igniter didn't get red or orange or seem to be doing anything. I think the igniter may be my problem but wanted to confirm before I purchased a knew one. Also, why is there no gas coming from the burner? Is this a safety feature?

Bill C for Model Number JGSP28SEN1SS

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My broiler works but the oven doesn't (although the display reads 100). I have limited tools..... can I just replace my igniter or should I really test the various electric points. What igniter model number should I use for my oven model?

Mark for Model Number JGS968SOH2

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GE Profile oven and broiler do not work. I hear a click when I hit the start button but no activity. Neither of the two ignitors glow. Stuck at 100 deg. Any help would be appreciated.

Tom for Model Number PGS908SEP2SS

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My oven won't heat up past 100, I was told by a friend that the control valve gets stuck sometimes and to "bang" on it with a wooden spoon. This works and it heats up but is getting old. I have thought about replacing it but have seen where you guys talk about the igniter being bad instead. Now my oven will heat up but won't hold its temp for very long. Your thoughts.

Kevin J. for Model Number jgsp48

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I was looking on your web site for a oven ignitor for a GE gas range but I was thinking "does this model have two ignitors"? One for the oven and on for the broiler or does it have just one ignitor that controls both the oven and broiler? thanks very much roy

Roy for Model Number jgs905bek2bb

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Hi i replaced the 2 ignitors and one lights up its the bottom one and i was curious as to if it was a wiring problem cause i can not get the top ignitor to turn on or is there a fuse or a safety switch somewhere? any tips or suggestions would be very helpful

Mckenna M

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I posted a question yesterday (11/28/12) about my oven ignitor which I replaced but oven still will not heat up past 100°F. I turned the broiler on a few minutes to get some heat in there-cut it off, then set bake to 400°F. This time the temperature rose to 103°F which came from the heat the broiler created from being on a few minutes. I had recently had a pot to burn out of water creating intense heat on top of the stove(pot was red hot) and billows of smoke. The builtin microwave oven is right over the burners and it would not heat either. I put in a new magnetron but it still will not work. Do you think these problems are a result of the overheated pot? Also, I have replaced the oven ignitor and it still does not work. Could it have anything to do with the surface panel where the knobs are?

Patricia A. for Model Number jgsp48s0h1ss

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We smelled gas every time we started to bake something in the oven so we called the Gas company and they said it was leaking gas due to a bad glowbar. I just want to confirm the correct part is the Oven Igniter Assembly to replace. Thanks.

Anthony for Model Number JGS968SOH4SS

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I was able to remove my igniter without pulling my oven away from the wall (there was enough wire to pull into the oven cavity). A little bit of insulation came out.How important is it to get the wire pushed back in as far as it was before removing the defective igniter? How important is it to get all the insulation back in around the wire?

Paul M for Model Number PGS968SEP2SS

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Hello, I am attempting to replace the igniter but the problem I have is that the two screws that mount the igniter will not unscrew. I can turn them with my socket wrench but they never come out. It doesn't matter how long I turn them. I have tried pulling the screws out with wire pliers but that doesn't work either. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!

Shane for Model Number JGSP28

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