I'm replacing the spark igniter. The original wasn't available to the replacement part W10475147 was sent. I had some problems taking off the cover and two of the 4 wires came off before I could note where they were. They are black, blue, yellow and red. On the old part the wires are staggered in an up and down pattern where it looks like S1 and S3 are on one level and S2 and S4 are on another. On the new part, connectors are at positions 2,3,4 and 5, and are all in a row with positions 1 and 6 blanks. What colors go where on the new part. I think S1=P2=black, S2=P3=blue, S3=P4=yellow, and S4=P5=red. But I'm not sure. Are you? Thanks!
Answer Hello Harry,
If you could please post the model number from the units' I.D. tag, we will be able to pull the wiring diagram for your unit and give you a good answer. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.
Constant ignition sparking when any burner is turned on.
Answer Hello John. You need to check for a bad spark switches 74011648 and 74011647 on the unit. Also, make sure all the burners are good and clean. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
Note: This question is for the older version of this part, but we thought you might still find it helpful
I replaced the spark module and the igniter switches at the gas control valve, but the right front burner continues to ignite when there is a flame present.
Answer Hello Greg,
If you can light the burner with a match with the gas valve off, the gas valve is bad and must be replaced. You should turn the gas off to the unit until the repair has been completed for your safetys' sake. You need to order 12002342 for the right front burner and replace the valve before turning the gas back on to the unit. Check for leaks with lightly soaped water, (one teaspoon liquid soap to a quart of water). If this mixture is mixed with too much soap, the thickness of the soap will stop the leak since the gas pressure is so low. NEVER USE AN OPEN FLAME TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS.