My Maytag gas range madel number mgc7430ws , I need to replace the gas ignitor, part number w10110488, it should have 6 plugs on the top(2 on the right and 4 on the left), your online picture has total of 7 plugs(3 on the left and 4 on the right), is this a new manufacture part ? How can I deal with the additional plug on the right side, do you have any specific installation instruction on it? Please advise.
Answer Dave, Yes this part is a "new manufactured part" The manufacturer has "substituted the original spark module with this component. All parts purchased from AppliancePartsPros.com are "new" and ordered and supplied by the manufacturers of the product. Wiring the new part is a simple process. The four(4) smaller 1/8 in. terminals are for the burner igniter wires to attach to, wire position isn't critical on this type spark module. The three wires on the left are more critical, if you look at the area you should see words or emblems, stamped in the body of the part, "L" is line voltage into the spark module and have a Black wire attached to it, "N" is the neutral leg of the power supply and should have a White wire attached to it. The third terminal will have an "arrow" or "grnd" stamped on it and a Green ground wire attached to it. If there is no green wire, then the spark module will ground itself to the chassis when the module is attached to the burner box.
How to replace spark module for whirlpool gas top cooking range?
Answer Hello Anil. Look on the back of the unit and see if you can locate the module on the unit. If not, then it sounds like the module is under the cooktop and you will need to raise the top to access and replace the module. You will have to disconnect the power and remove the burner caps. Then remove the screws securing the burners to the top panel. Next lift the top and replace the module on the unit.
To replace the spart module, do I open the top or the button?
Answer Hello Ting. 1. Turn off the gas supply and electrical
power to the cooktop.
2. Remove the maintop from the mounting
box. 3. To remove the spark module, disconnect
the wires from the terminals and
remove the mountng screw(s). NOTE: Both
types of spark module W10110491 are shown in the
illustration. Use which ever one matches
the cooktop you are servicing.