This is a replacement drip bowl for your range or oven. The drip bowl sits beneath the burner element and collects any drips or spills. This drip bowl is 8 inches in diameter and is used to replace th...
This burner bowl, also known as a drip pan, is a legitimate OEM replacement part for your stove. Turn off power to the unit when conducting this repair. You will need to unscrew the existing burner bo...
Really simple..Opened the top of the oven and followed the four wires hooked to the igniters on the burners to the back of the oven. Unscrewed top section in back of oven. Found spark module screwed to uppper back of oven on right side. Used a nutdriver to take a few screws out of upper back of oven. Unscrewed spark module from oven. Ther
... Read moree are six wires - four to the burners and two to the power supply....Wires are attached by connectors so didn't have to do anything but pull the connectors off the old spark module one at a time and push them onto the new spark module matching postion of each wire. Screwed spark module back onto back of oven. Screwed back section of oven back onto rear of oven, and that was it. Works perfectly. Saved more than $100 for service call and whatever elevated price they'd charge me for the spark module.
Assumed the entire top of the range would have to be lifted off. Removed the three screws inside the top of the over door and then noticed the two screws holding the dish around the burner. They were tight and required WD-40 and then a sharp tap and came off. Important: Notice the direction your old igniter is plugged into the w
... Read moreire. It is not clear and can go on either way.
Called GE for part number crossover from gray to black and asked for an email quote. Called Parts Select for pricing, which was alot lower! Shipping took five days and less then $8.00 buck....now mama's happy!!!! Thanks for great frendly service from Mike in California.