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    • Part Number: AP4012072
    • MFG Part Number: 12400035
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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In the video a flat ignitor was installed. My ignitor looks like the other one but I was told mine was discontinued. Are they compatible or interchangeable? If not why not or can I order without brand exactly on looks?

Pete

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How I connect the 2 wires from igniter to the wire of the oven? all the videos of replacing the igniter show up a regular oven but mine is a built in oven and has only one wire to connect to the igniter.

Samiya

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will part # ap4012072 work on an ammana gas stove model #arg7301ww

John

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I replaced the oven igniter. Oven will not lite. checked voltage at gas valve and no vac at valve with oven on and igniter bright orange.Checked voltage again with broiler on igniter bright orange and have 3.2 VAC. Can I switch the broiler and oven igniter and should that work...Thanks

Marty for Model Number nga3j8tk5vw

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I replaced the oven Igniter and now my flame is really high on the igniter...Why? Is it suppose to be that way? Also its been making a loud Blowing noise like a torch would make. What makes it do that? Hope you can help me.

Lavonnia G for Model Number JGBS20BEW2WH

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The oven Bake/Broil gas valve is not delivering gas to the Bake burner, however it does deliver gas to the Broiler burner. (Both igniters lighting up individually when select by the control panel selector switch.) My trouble shooting has consisted of: 1. Checking continuity of the gas valve coils. (Good) 2. Checking the voltage on each coil upon demand: (Bake, 4.2 vac: Broil, 5.57 vac), (I do not have access to a clamp-on amp meter.) 3. Checking the resistance of each igniter: (Bake, 279 ohms, Broiler, 104 ohms, a new igniter, never installed, 311 ohms) Since the oven is out of the wall cabinet it is not near a gas source, I attempted to blow air through the system using an adapter fitting with a plastic hose, at the input of the gas regulator to no avail. I have no idea how much pressure is required to operate the gas regulator valve. I definitely want to rule out the Bake/Broiler gas valve if there is nothing wrong with it as it is $200+/+/+. Your assistance will be greatly appreciated. Paul

Paul for Model Number 9475VRV

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Broiler & oven will not heat reset range stove top burners are operational

Joe for Model Number PGS968BEM/TEM

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Hi my two left burners on stove will lite just fine but the two right ones wont at all. Theres no spark on the right ones.

John for Model Number maytag CRG 7500

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I just purchased a flat oven igniter from you. When I unplugged the old one and plugged in the new one, it seems that the wires on the new one are crossed. You can only plug the igniter in one way and the wires seem to go to a different side of the block which holds the ceramic element. Does this matter? The part # is 12400035

David J for Model Number JGW8130ADB

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I'm sorry I do not have a mode number. We have a Magic Chef gas wall oven,probably installed when our house was built in 1987-1988. The ignitor needs to be replaced and is a 4 inch flat ceramic ignitor. What part do I need to replace it with?

Tammy for Model Number Unknown

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