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Ignitor, Oven & Broiler Burners

Part Number: AP3008600
MFG Part Number: 9753108
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Igniter.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 9753108 (AP3008600) replaces 9751784, 748248, AH403162, EA403162, PS403162.

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Faulty gas igniter (oven) Connie R. • River Falls, WI • November 23, 2014

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Oven not coming up to temperture & broiler not working Paul C. • Edison, NJ • September 19, 2014

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Oven not coming up to temperture Paul C. • Edison, NJ • September 12, 2014

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How to Replace Ignitor, Oven & Broiler Burners #9753108

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Ignitor, Oven & Broiler Burners #9753108 for Range made by Whirlpool. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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I think I need an ignitor...but is there one for the oven and one for the broiler or does one control both? I think 2? Sometimes the oven heats to temp (but it may take long!) some times I have to shut it off and on a couple times. The broiler does not flame.... The ignitor that I can see on the top of the oven is red but NO flame comes out of the broiler holes.... Should I buy 2 ignitors? I do not have one of those testers and I couldn't afford the 40 dollars they wanted for one at Lowes... I was going to buy a new range but I do not like any of them and have decided to try and fix this one...When I first got it new the service guy (under warrantee) came and replaced the ignitor a couple times...It was the same problem then as now so that is why I think it is the ignitor..Thanks for any help... janie

Janie for Model Number KGRT600HBL5

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The oven didn't heat properly tonight. Broil works good. Checked igniter on lower manifold and it seems to take long to ignite. Is there a way to test if we have an igniter problem or some other problem? We've had this unit since new about a year and a half.

Cam for Model Number GW397LXUQ07

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I just replaced both the oven igniter (9751123) and broiler igniter (9751784). Oven igniter works and oven comes on, but broiler igniter never heats past orange and broiler does not work. Oven had only recently failed prior to repair; broiler had not worked for some time, but before replacement both igniters were getting to orange, but not igniting the oven or broiler. Any thoughts, tips, or checks to determine the problem?

Terry for Model Number KGRT507BWH1

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I understand how to test the valve with a multimeter but is there a a way to meter the igniter to see if it is the problem. Since there are two of them, it would make me feel better to know one of the igniters was bad or the valve was bad rather than know the valve is good but not which igniter to replace. Thanks for any help.

Barry for Model Number KGRT607HWH4

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Gave you the wrong model number in my earlier email...should be KGRT607HWH4. Sorry about that. Question: Where does the wire harness plug in under the oven or on the back panel?

John D for Model Number KitchenAid Model # KGRT607HWH4

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When testing for the 3.2 to 3.6 VAC at the gas safety valve, do you measure voltage across the gas safety valve or across the gas safety valve and ignitor, or from the gas safety valve to ground? It appears the gas safety valve and ignitor are wired in series.

Rick for Model Number GW395LEGQ1

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