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Surface Burner Igniter Electrode – Part Number: 316011200
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Surface Burner Igniter Electrode

PartSelect Number PS436633

Manufacturer Part Number 316011200

Manufactured by Frigidaire

Product Description

Surface Burner Igniter Electrode Specifications

Use this igniter with sealed burners.

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Troubleshooting

This part fixes the following symptoms:

Will Not Start | Gas igniter glows, but will not light | Element will not heat

This part works with the following products:

Range, Cooktop.

This part works with the following brands:

Frigidaire, Tappan, Kenmore, Gibson, Westinghouse, Uni.

Part # 316011200 replaces these:

464, 5303311262, AP2123862.
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Rusty from Howell, NJ
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Parts Used:
316011200
Igniter porcelain was cracked and burner would not light.
un-pluged stove,removed the one screw holding the broken igniter. disconected the one wire. installed new igniter and slipped on wire. The igniter came with a new bracket, the old one rusted away which is why the old igniter broke.
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Pam from Belle Vernon, PA
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
Parts Used:
316495901, 316088600, 316011200
broken inner door glass, broken igniter, and the bottom oven panel was rusted
First, I want to say how WONDERFUL your service was. I needed more info on a part and your phone rep. e-mailed me a picture of the part from which I was able to be sure it was the right part. I ordered the pard one day and they were delivered to my door the NEXT DAY....talk about service!!!

My husband did all the replacing, he had no problems with any of the 3 items he replaced, he said they were all easy to replace. They all work great. Thank You!!
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chris from Venice, CA
Difficulty Level:
A Bit Difficult
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Wrench set
Parts Used:
316011200
Bad igniter.
The stove was older so the burner was hard to get out. The small screw heads broke off, so I had to carefully center punch and drill out the screw bodies. The igniter screw was also frozen in the pot metal burner. That screw requied drilling and tapping with the installation of a new 6-32 screw. Once the burner was refurbished, the igniter mounted easily. Afte attaching the gas line and igniter wire, the burner worked great.
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Terry from Wilkinson, IN
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Parts Used:
316011200
burner would not lite
no need to remover burner. Lift top up use a 1x4x5" to hold top up. Use short #2 screw driver remove screw and replace with new igniter
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David from Livingston, MT
Difficulty Level:
A Bit Difficult
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
Parts Used:
316011200
Igniter replacement
Burner set screws froze up, was able to break 2 of 3 free and broke 3rd off. Used new simular screws to re- thread and fasten burner back in place. Bit of work but everything working. Used oppertunity to clean and re-level while I was at it. Everything good to go.
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Michael from SHELBYVILLE, TN
Difficulty Level:
Very Difficult
Total Repair Time:
More than 2 hours
Tools:
Nutdriver, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable), Wrench set
Parts Used:
316011200
bad igniter electrode on rear left burner
If you intend to replace the igniter electrode ( part no. PS436633), purchase a minimum of twelve (12) top burner mounting screws ( part no. PS437925).

I also recommend that you replace all the electrodes since you have gone to the lengths described below to replace one igniter electrode.

After time, the heads of the mounting screws become brittle and break off when attempting to remove them with a 3/16" socket or nut driver.

Be aware that even the new screws are not exactly 3/16 hex, nor do they truly accept a 4.5 mm, or 5 mm socket. The 5 mm has to much slop, and the 4.5 mm, and 3/16" do not fully seat over the head.

First unplug the stove, and turn off the gas.

To remove the broken screws, I had to use a hand grinder to grind the heads off (you could be as careful as possible, but you will still damage the porcelain finish of the range top.) Unfortunately every screw has to be removed to lift the range top up enough to gain access to the electrode(s).

Along with the broken screws being in the burner casting, to replace the electrode, you have to remove the burner to work on it. Remove the insulated wire from the electrode, and then the gas line to the burner.

I recommend inspection of the insulated wires to see if they may be grounding out to the stove body. With the top removed and the burners still in place, plug the range back in. Turn any knob on (all electrodes should spark at the burner accept the bad one(s)). Observe the wires to see if there is sparking to the stove body. If there is none, continue to replacement instructions. If a wire is sparking to the body, wrap the damaged wire with HEAT RESISTANT tape. Standard vinyl electrical tape won't withstand the heat.

To remove the burner from the gas line, use a 1/2" open end wrench (preferably a tubing nut wrench) to remove the gas line along with an adjustable wrench to hold the burner to prevent damaging the gas line.

If your lucky, the cross point (Phillips head) screw that secures the electrode will remove without stripping, but don't count on it. I had to grind those screw heads off as well.

I used a size no. 30 cobalt drill in my drill press to attempt to remove the broken off screws, but because of the screw/drill size, I could not keep the bit on the hardened screw center, it kept walking off center. I ground the screws flush to the burner surface, used a center point drill, a center punch, and a spring loaded set point punch, nothing worked to keep the bit from wandering off center and into the soft metal casting.

I had to drill new holes with the no. 30 drill bit just to the right (or left) of the existing holes. Keep the same orientation and mounting distance when drilling, either to the right or to the left.

The new burner mounting screws did not work for mounting the electrode to the burning, I used small no. 6 self tapping screws to mount the new electrodes to the burner casting (the washer head was to large).

Reconnect the gas line(s) to the burner(s). It will be necessary to carefully bend the gas lines so as to line the new holes up with the top when remounting the burner(s).

If I had it to do over again, I would just donate the range as is, while explaining the problem to the donation center. After my experience, I personally don't think it is worth the trouble of replacing the electrodes on a range this old.

Hope this helps.
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David from MANTECA, CA
Difficulty Level:
A Bit Difficult
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Parts Used:
WP35-2044, 316011200
TOP BURNER IGNITER
A BIT DIFFICULT - Un-Plug 120v cord - Turn off gas - The Screws that Burners to top were frozen. Putty knife to release top spring clips - Carefully - Lift top up 4 inches - Use a short piece of 2' X 4" to hold top up - Remove wire from bad igniter - Remove 1 phillips screw that holds Igniter - Install new part - reinstall igniter wire - Close Range top lid - Turn on gas - Plug 120v back in - Test Burners = Done! If You Are Not Comfortable With This Kind Of Repair On A Gas Appliance - STOP! And call a qualified Repair Tech.
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Rick from NATRONA HTS, PA
Difficulty Level:
Very Difficult
Total Repair Time:
More than 2 hours
Tools:
Parts Used:
316011200
All the screws broke off that hold the burners
I have a home machine shop in my garage. I had to use a carbide 3/32 end mill and take out all the broken screws, the screws are hardened, so couldn't simply drill them out. I then tapped them 6-32, original, I think were 4-40 thread. i then glass beaded the burners to clean them up from years of spillage. Also had to do same thing with screws that held ignitors in. I would say in 98% of this problem, the stove would get scrapped. Very poor design......
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Model Cross Reference

This part works with the following models:

PartSelect Number: PS436633
Manufacturer Part Number: 316011200
Brand
Model Number
Description
Tappan
14-3083-00-01
Cooktop - Gas
Tappan
14-3083-08-01
Cooktop - Gas
Tappan
14-3083-18-01
Cooktop - Gas
Tappan
14-3083-23-01
Cooktop - Gas
Tappan
14-3093-00-01
Cooktop - Gas
Frigidaire
2343-87A
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
2823
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
2823-80B
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283440A
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283440B
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283440C
Range - FRIGIDAIRE GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283440D
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283447B
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283447C
Range - FRIGIDAIRE GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283447D
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283460B
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283460C
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283467B
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
283467C
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
28364
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
2843-80A
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
2843-80B
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
2843-80C
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
2853
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
28564
Range - FRIGIDAIRE GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
285640A
Range - FRIGIDAIRE GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
285640B
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
285640D
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
285640E
Range - GAS RANGE
Frigidaire
285647A
Range - FRIGIDAIRE GAS RANGE