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    • Part Number: AP3202322
    • MFG Part Number: WB13T10045
    • Made by: GE
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Is this a genuine GE Part or just a universal fit?

Cheryl

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Can the GE WB13K21 oven igniter be used in place of this model (WB13T10045)? Thank you!

Kerry for Model Number JGSP28SEK2SS

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My gas oven is not cycling right. It initially lights every time no problems, but when it goes to restart after satisfying t-stat it has a strong gas smell and eventually lights. Sometimes a mini explosion occurs. I have taken the burner arm off cleaned with wire brush but still same problem can you help me.

Randy H for Model Number jgs968s0h3ss

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I change out the computer on this gas oven, everthing was working good, the ignitor went out, so I replaced the ignitor,now the ignitor is staying on the hold time the oven is on. Is it the control valve or bad wiring? What makes the ignitor stay on? PS. I cant find the model number.

Theo M for Model Number JGRP17

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What is the difference between the WB13T10045 Igniter and the WB13K21 Igniter? Is there a thermocoupling included in the WB13T10045. Right now I have the WB13K21 and it is lighting up and the gas starts flowing but gas shuts off very soon after.

Mike Seguin for Model Number JGS968SOH3SS

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One of my screw stripped removing the old part. I had to pull the burner out and grind the head off the old screw. 1) I see the screws are very fine thread while all the other screws I had to take out to get at the igniter were coarse thread. Presumably they used fine thread so they could get it tighter. Must I replace it with fine threads, or can I get a new coarse thread screw to replace the missing one? 2) Pulling out the old burner was easy enough, but just sliding it back in over the gas tube seems too easy. Is that all there is to it, or am I missing something? Thanks.

Toller for Model Number JGSP28

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My oven screw holding the ignitor broke. Can I use any similar screw or does it have to be a special one used on appliances? The range is a GE profile. I bought a zinc screw 10x32. Will it work or will it melt?

S.m.h.

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About a week ago my oven started smelling like soot which was odd because we have had the unit for 5 years and have had no problems with it. I tried to tighten the lower orifice a touch to see if that was the problem but it was a tight as it would go, we're on propane. I tried backing it off and tightening it up again with no change in the flame. I had a tech come out and he said that the threaded male fitting that the orifice screwed onto was completely stripped. It didn't feel that way to me but I didn't fuss with it much. I am unable to locate that gas line part anywhere and was told by GE that if it's not on the schematic it's not available. The male fitting looks to be pressed on to the gas line and I'm guessing the other end ties in to the main lines or regulator. Hopefully I have explained my issue okay and you can point me in the right direction. Thanks, Mark

Mark for Model Number GE JGSP28SEK2SS

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After watching your video instructing how to replace my GE JGSP28SEK4SS gas oven igniter, I accidentally cut off the wiring harness on the back of the oven instead of following your directions to splice the new igniter wires to the harness from the igniter being replaced. Can I just use basic wire connectors instead of wiring harnesses & does it matter which wires get connected to which? Hoping to avoid buying the wife a new range....

B.w. for Model Number JGSP28SEK4SS

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The wiring harness (plastic) where my oven igniter plugs into the oven wires must have been pushed too far into my oven when I last had it repaired, and it completely melted and turned to black crisp. I have scraped away the crispy stuff and am left with only the metal ends on each of the 2 white wires of the igniter and also the 2 yellow oven wires that they connect to. I need to replace the igniter, but I notice that the part comes with a plastic wire harness that plugs into a corresponding wire harness on the oven wires. If I order the part, will I be able to connect it to the yellow wires even though they do not have the corresponding wire harness to plug the igniter's wire harness into? If so, does it matter which igniter wire (white) gets plugged into which oven wire (yellow)? Thank You and great instructional video!

Frank Jackson for Model Number GE JGSP28 oven

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