My stove-top burners work and the broiler will work. However, the oven will not start. Is this ignitor the part I need to replace?
Answer Hello Will. Check the igniter and see if it is coming on. If it is not, test the wires to it, and make sure you have voltage there. If there is voltage present, replace the igniter. Hope this helps.
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The igniter sends spark to all four gas burners continuously. Even when it is not supposed to. Is there a part I can replace?
Answer Hello John. You either have a bad spark module 3186576, or a bad switch 814404. We will need the full model number to help you with this. Hope this helps.
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will part # ap4012072 work on an ammana gas stove model #arg7301ww
Answer John, Yes, the 12400035 Igniter kit will work in the ARG7301WW range. It's a very "flexible" igniter kit and will have most if not all parts needed to install and operate properly.
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.
If there is no trouble with the top burners then you will want to check to make sure that the air shutter is in place and make sure that the burner is sitting properly on the orifice. If there is also an issue with the top burners then the regulator would most likely be the cause of the issue.
Broiler & oven will not heat reset range stove top burners are operational
At the control board you will want to check voltage to the igniters. You turn the oven to bake and check from Bake to N, this can also be done for the broil when set for broil from Broil to N. If there is not 120 vac present then the control board is faulty. If there is 120 vac then you will wanto to check the igniter to see if faulty. From a cold start, the ignitor needs 30–60 seconds, with a minimum of 116 volts applied, to reduce its electrical resistance enough to provide a minimum of 2.9 amps of current flow in the series circuit.This is the required current flow needed for the safety valve to open and supply gas to the burner. The glowbar should provide a steady current flow of between 3.4 to 3.6 amps in the circuit. At that point the igniter temperature is between 1800 to 2500 degrees F. The igniter will remain energized at all times during burner operation. If the igniter glows red but does not draw at least 2.9 amps, the fault is usually with the ignitor, not the valve.
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.
Answer Hello John. Turn on the left and see if the right side sparks. If so, the switches 7403P287-60 are bad and will need to be replaced. If not, you will need to replace the spark module 12001596 on the unit.