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    • Part Number: AP5690114
    • MFG Part Number: 7432P136-60
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My broiler and stove top work great on my gas range. Oven won't heat up though. I figured it was the oven heating ignitor. Decided I'd order a new one, and while I waited, I'd swap out the ignitor from the broiler and use it in place of the oven ignitor. When i went to pull out the broiler ignitor the connection between the ignitor element wiring and the red wire was completely melted (yikes!). So, although it was working fine, I'm replacing that ignitor as well. So now, no ignitors at all - two coming in the mail. My question: the red wire that was connected to my broiler ignitor - the connection melted. Do I need to order a new part, or can i find the right splicer at the hardware store? Thanks, Olga

Olga for Model Number AGR5735QDS

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I have an Amana oven that has been intermittently heating. So I reconnected the bake hot surface igniter and it worked for a few months. Then recently it stopped heating again. I checked for 120 volts at the connector and it is fine. Also checked the igniter for resistance and it is good. The igniter looks to be in good shape. Can these hot surface igniters be intermittent like this?

Matt for Model Number Amana ACF3375AB

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I noticed that on the appliance I received, the white fabric enclosing the wire for the ignitor was not present. (When the two ignitors are sitting next to one another in the video, one of them has this white fabric around the wire, the other doesn't.) I'm replacing the ignitor right now and I'm wondering if I need to somehow transfer this white enclosing fabric from the wires of the old ignitor to my new ignitor? Or can I just put in the new ignitor exactly as it came?

John S for Model Number ACF3335AC

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Hi my name Sheryl I have an Amana gas range, the oven will not light but the broiler will work? Can you tell me how or what I need to check.

Sheryl for Model Number Amana #AGR5735QDS

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My oven will not heat up past 220 degrees. The igniter does not glow at all, tested it for continuity and it tested good. Unplugged the range and tested the leads on the safety valve (both sets) tested good for continuity. Can barely read the temp. display. The broiler and stove top work fine.

Mike for Model Number Maytag MGS 5770ADW

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I have a kenmore gas oven and the range top works fine but the broiler and oven will not light and I can't smell any gas when I turn them on. What can I do to get it working?

Sara

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Hello, I have a Maytag Gas oven that fires up, gets to a certain temperature, usually under the temp requested at the control board, and then all of a sudden it will shoot up to 500 degrees. What do you think? I have back probed the oven temp sensor and got the correct resistance on that part, but I am not sure if it would be the igniter? I don't have a clamp on tester to see what the draw is from the igniter, just a multi meter. Is there a certain # I should be reading to test the igniter with my multi meter?

Brad for Model Number MGR57750DB

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The oven will not heat up. The broiler works fine,convet oven works fine.

Tony for Model Number mgr5875qds

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This is an Amana Gas Range. The Gas top works fine. The oven will not light. The Broiler does not light. I see no glow in either igniter. The oven worked fine one day ago. Is this likely to be an igniter problem or a gas valve problem? Thank you.

Leinow for Model Number ACF3355AC

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My range top and broiler work fine, my oven does not come on. The igniter does not glow red or get hot. Does the igniter control the gas flow? If so if the igniter is faulty will the gas not flow?

Chris for Model Number maytag mgr8670wb

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