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HHCS, 3/8-16 x 1-1/4 – Part Number: 1028
HHCS, 3/8-16 x 1-1/4
This part number matches the current model number 1028
PartSelect #: PS8819964
Manufacturer #: 1028
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Carriage bolt – Part Number: 1028
Carriage bolt
This part number matches the current model number 1028
PartSelect #: PS12412024
Manufacturer #: 1028
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Surface Burner Element Switch, Large Burner – Part Number: WP3149400
Surface Burner Element Switch, Large Burner
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PartSelect #: PS11740783
Manufacturer #: WP3149400
This surface burner element switch is for an 8-inch surface burner on an oven, stove, or range. The element switch controls the heat of the surface burner. Disconnect power to your range before comple...
$68.61
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Round Carborundum Oven Igniter – Part Number: 4342528
Round Carborundum Oven Igniter
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PartSelect #: PS360921
Manufacturer #: 4342528
This round style gas oven igniter, or also known as a broil or bake igniter, has an amperage range between 2.5 and 3.0. It glows white hot to ignite the gas for the oven. The igniter does this by attr...
$49.67
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Pin, Shear, 1-3/4 – Part Number: 703063
Pin, Shear, 1-3/4
PartSelect #: PS9999468
Manufacturer #: 703063
Shear Pins are designed to break off in order to prevent further damage to your machine. Because they are designed to break, we recommend having a few spares on hand. This part is made of metal, is si...
$4.66
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Shear Pin, .25 – Part Number: 738-04124A
Shear Pin, .25
PartSelect #: PS9110822
Manufacturer #: 738-04124A
$2.99
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TT Screw 1/4-20 x 0.5 – Part Number: 710-0599
TT Screw 1/4-20 x 0.5
PartSelect #: PS9298768
Manufacturer #: 710-0599
$3.77
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Shear Bolt 5/16-18 x 1.5 – Part Number: 710-0890A
Shear Bolt 5/16-18 x 1.5
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PartSelect #: PS10001820
Manufacturer #: 710-0890A
$2.99
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Carriage Bolt, 5/16-18 x .75 – Part Number: 710-0451
Carriage Bolt, 5/16-18 x .75
PartSelect #: PS10001568
Manufacturer #: 710-0451
$3.45
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Nut, Flange Lock, 5/16-18, Grf – Part Number: 712-04063
Nut, Flange Lock, 5/16-18, Grf
PartSelect #: PS9092936
Manufacturer #: 712-04063
This nut is a manufacturer-approved replacement part for various lawn and garden equipment. It is sold individually, not as part of a kit or assembly. Also referred to as a Lock Nut, it is resistant t...
$3.48
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Bearing, Ball – Part Number: 1705897SM
Bearing, Ball
PartSelect #: PS8887153
Manufacturer #: 1705897SM
$8.49
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Cotter Pin – Part Number: 703312
Cotter Pin
PartSelect #: PS9999599
Manufacturer #: 703312
This cotter pin is an OEM part that is 1.25 inches long, gold in color, and sold individually. Made of metal, it can have a range of applications on a variety of lawn and garden equipment. Generally, ...
$3.94
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Drive Clutch Cable 39.88 – Part Number: 946-0898
Drive Clutch Cable 39.88
PartSelect #: PS9170572
Manufacturer #: 946-0898
$23.91
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Nut, Flange Lock, 3/8-16, Grf – Part Number: 712-04065
Nut, Flange Lock, 3/8-16, Grf
PartSelect #: PS9095080
Manufacturer #: 712-04065
Designed for use in various models of lawn and garden equipment, this part is not sold as part of a kit or assembly. It is made of metal, is gold in color, and is sold individually. This part may also...
$3.59
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Element will not heat
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Little to no heat when baking
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Gas igniter glows, but will not light
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The lower burner would not ignite.
First I removed the oven racks. Then I loosened the two screws in the back of the oven floor and figured out how to remove it. Then I loosened the two screws at the front of the diverter and, with some pushing and pulling and twisting, was able to get that to come out, too. Then I tried lighting the oven and noticed that the igniter was not glowing. When I saw that the upper (broiler) burner was working fine, I hoped that the problem was the lower igniter itself. I checked the wires and they seemed fine. I saw that two bolts held the igniter onto its bracket, so with a socket wrench (which size I got right on the first guess!) I removed those bolts and the igniter came loose. I found the connecter for the wires when I removed the drawer under the oven and was able to pull it apart easily. The igniter came out completely. There was nothing unusual about it, but I decided to take a chance and order a new one, hoping that replacing it would solve the problem. I put the rest of the oven together and waited. About three days later the part arrived (it was sent on a holiday; FedEx is soooo much better than USPS). I retraced the steps of taking the oven apart, put the two bolts into the new igniter to attach it to the bracket, and went back underneath behind the drawer to connect the wires. Then came the moment of truth: I tried turing on the oven. I held the button down to keep the light off, and after a few seconds I saw it: IT GLOWED!! It worked!! After yelling a satisfying "YEAH!!," I turned it off, put back the drawer, the diverter (more pulling and pushing and twisting), and the oven floor. Now it's all working perfectly and it took a very short time to fix. And a little luck that the problem was with such a simple part.
Parts Used:
Round Carborundum Oven Igniter
  • Mark from Rego Park, NY
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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the element did not turn compleatly off, the on light stayed on.
removed the screws holding the back metal panel, this exposed the wires to the switch. tested the wires to find that they were live when the switch was in the off position. ordered a new switch. UNPLUGED THE STOVE. removed the knob on the front of the stove. this exposed 2 screws, removed screws and the switch came away from the stove. removed each wire from the old switch and replaced them in the same position on the new switch. inserted new switch into the stove and attached the 2 screws. replaced back panel and pluged in stove. all tested well
Parts Used:
Surface Burner Element Switch, Large Burner
  • chaz from fairplay, CO
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Burner would go high without warning
We felt the only possible problem could be the switch assembly. I removed the switch panel, removed the wires from the old switch, one at a time, removed the old switch assembly and installed the new switch assembly. The extended stem did have to be snapped off (per your instructions) and that too was a very simple task.
Parts Used:
Surface Burner Element Switch, Large Burner
  • John from Clinton, CT
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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