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Spark Igniter Switch and Harness Assembly

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PartSelect Number PS953093
Manufacturer Part Number WB18T10338
Manufactured by GE
Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Will Not Start
This part works with the following products:
Cooktop.
This part works with the following products:
General Electric, Kenmore.
Part# WB18T10338 replaces these:
AP3777963, 1085805, WB18T10245
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    Catherine
    September 24, 2017
    I was cleaning the cooktop with the knobs off. I think water got into the switch housing because the igniters were going non stop. I thought i had it dried off but when i plugged it back in the started up again and then a big Flame came out of one of the switches. It looks like all 5 are connected in one housing. My question is how do i get at it? From below? There's a pan under the cooktop that seems bolted in. Do i take this off and then somehow pry those 5 things off the gas prongs? (sorry, i probably have all the wrong names for these parts). Thanks!
    For model number JGP962SEC2SS
    Hi Catherine, Thank you for your inquiry. I have found a repair story on our website from a customer who installed the part. "Do not remove the gas line. Take off the burner racks and burner covers Gently extract/remove the ignitors from each burner. You may have to use pliers, but be careful. They are ceramic. Once you pull out the ignitors, you can remove the ignitors from their wires using plyers, you may have to twist them a little. To take off the top - use Star screw drivers to remove the burners Remove all the burners. The star screws, and the burners are the only thing holding the top on. Take off the steel top. That exposes the ignitor switch assembly. Make sure you follow the positioning diagram that comes with the new part. Thats it really. I removed the gas, because I thought I had to, but you don't need to. You can do the whole job in 30 minutes if you are careful." I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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    Mudafer
    November 22, 2018
    My cook top when i spark ignition not work
    For model number JGP963SEK2SS
    Hi Mudafer, thank you for your question. There are a couple of parts that you may want to check. You may want to take a look at the burner electrode, or the spark igniter switch and harness assembly. If those two parts are fine then the issue may actually be in your spark module. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.

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    Cathy
    September 30, 2017
    Hi, i shorted out the igniter switch harness and replaced it. Now 4 of the 5 igniters keep clicking as long as the cooktop is plugged in. The burners will light but only 4 of the 5 will. After the 4th is lit, the clicking stops. This happens if i light left to right or right to left. I bought a new igniter module and swapped it out but that didn't fix the problem. I think either the new switch harness or the new module is bad. Any ideas? I hate to bring a repair guy in! Thanks, cathy
    For model number JGP962SEC2SS
    Hi Cathy, Thank you for your inquiry. I would try the spark igniter switch and harness assembly, but if this does not work you will need to get a technician to come in and look at the appliance. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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        1 ignitor switch shorted and had a mini fire
        It's a very simple repair all you do is unplug the stove top remove the burners tops lifting them straight off you'll find two screws on each of them unscrew the two screws lift them off and set them aside you should find gaskets under each one of them ours was not in very good shape at all most were missing lift the top off of the stove top you'll find the wires with a white I believe one was rectangle and the rest were square pieces just pull them straight up you have to give them a little bit of strength to get them off on our stovetop that were five on one wire 1 to the next of a night so on at the end there are two plugs unplug them pull the one straight up you might need a needle-nose plier and the other one is connected to another wire you just pull them apart hands on each one have the new set ready in the center of each of the square white pieces you may have to turn the little piece in the center to line it up with the flat part push them down they will seat firmly put the top back down screw the burners back in place put the burner caps back on plug the stovetop back in and turn it on.
        • Steve from CONYERS, GA
        • Difficulty Level:
          Really Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          30 - 60 mins
        • Tools:
          Pliers
        • Parts Used:
          WB18T10338
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        Two igniters inoperable due to bad igniter switches
        There are already some very good instructions for this repair on the website - I followed them as written. I recommend going through the instructions carefully first to make sure you have everything you will need and so you know what to expect. Also, if practical I recommend you do the disassembly before ordering the parts so you know exactly what you need. A couple of burner gaskets got messed up during disassembly, so I decided to replace them and ordered a couple along with the harness assembly. A couple of the igniters were difficult to disconnect from the wiring and I was afraid I was going to break some, but managed to get them off intact. The replacement harness assembly didn't look just like the old one that I removed and at first I thought I'd have to exchange it. Check the paper that comes in the box with the harness and it will show how the new one goes on. Everything went back together easily and all igniters are operating.
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        Water got into the spark igniter switch and caught fire
        watched a video, then took it apart and replaced parts
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        Gas Cooktop would not stop sparking - also one burner would not ignite electrically.
        Shut off the gas and electric. Remove all the burner grates, burner caps, and burner valve knobs. Unscrew the two star screws holding down each burner base (an electric driver makes this quick and easy, but final tightening should be done by hand on reassembly). Carefully pry with a flat screwdriver each burner base assembly off the maintop assembly, being careful not to damage the spark igniters or burner gaskets. Carefully remove the electrical leads from each spark igniter, using pliers if necessary, and place the burner bases aside. Once all the burner bases have been removed, the maintop assembly can be raised off of the bottom burn box and set aside. Remove the top sheet of foil backed insulation foam from the burn box. Remove the old switch and harness assembly and disconnect black and white electrical leads. Using the diagram provided in the replacement part bag, install the new switch and harness assembly (it is not the same as the one being replaced, so you will need to follow the instructions). Reverse the above steps to re-assemble.

        Overall this was a very quick and easy fix for the problem of constant sparking, it took about 30 minutes, and now my cooktop works like new, saving lots of $$$$ avoiding a replacement.
        • Paul from HAMILTON, VA
        • Difficulty Level:
          Really Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          30 - 60 mins
        • Tools:
          Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set
        • Parts Used:
          WB18T10338
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