The electronic igniter keeps clicking after all controls are off. Can't locate a Model # on unit.
Answer Hello Stan,
You will need to find the model number to locate the correct surface burner start switch for your model. The model number is most likely on the bottom of the unit on the units' I.D. tag along with the serial number.
How difficult is it to change and igniter??
To change out the igniter you will twist the sealed burner off and unplug the wire for the igniter. You should then be able to change the igniter.
Igniters were working intermittently but now do not even get a click. Need a match to lite. Is it difficult to replace both igniters and module?Assume one has to remove front panel to get at the subject pieces? Top also? Thanks.
Answer Hello Walter,
You will want to check the burner switches first. Check them with the gas off to the unit and with the valve on. Check for continuity. If there is no continuity then the switch is bad. If the switches check good then you would want to check the spark module 1430322. Based on the information and all ignitors not working then it would more than likely be the spark module.
Is it difficult to install a (AP4088694)spark electrode with no experience doing it before or do I have to have a repair person to do it?.
Answer Mike, It's actually a simple repair, the hardest part is moving the range out of the cabinet , so you can remove the back panel and access the igniter mounting nut, on the bottom of the burner bay. Good Luck and Thanks
Can you help me find a connector that will mate up with part #AP4088694? Looks like I need a male crimp-on quick connector.
Answer Hello Sean! The only connector that we have available comes in a 15 pack part number TJMA02532-1. You can try this and return if it does not work with your product. Here is our return policy information, thanks! http://www.appliancepartspros.com/customerservice/returns.aspx