Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair30 - 60 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
Angela From Brewster, MA
Aug 14, 2012
Turned off gas supply and power. Removed four wires by hand and with a needle-nose pliers after making simple schematic. Disconnected gas supply to valve and valve outlets to broiler and oven. Also loosened other end of gas supply (on regulator) to swing it out of the way. Tools used....open end wrenches. Removed two nuts on left side of valve holding valve to bracket. Tools used...1/4" socket set. Since the nuts holding the right hand bracket were difficuly to reach, I removed the bracket, allowing the valve to be removed. Tools used....1/4" socket set. I then removed the right hand bracked and mounted it on the new valve. I then installed the new valve in the reverse order. I then opened the gas supply and tested the inlet connection(s) for leakage with soapy water. Perfect seal. I turned on the power, set the clock, and tested the oven and broiler. Worked perfectly. The only thing that prevented this from being a really easy job was the location of the valve....in cramped location.
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Part Number: PS2191632