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Spark Ignitor
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PartSelect Number PS11728608
Manufacturer Part Number 808608802
The function of the ignitor in your range is to create the spark that ignites the gas on the burners. If your spark ignition system is not functioning properly, you may need to replace the ignitor. This part is approximately 3 inches in length. The ignitor is located in the rear of the range, so you will need to remove the back panel in order to access it for this repair. Before beginning this repair, be sure that the gas valve for the range is shut off. You should also disconnect the power source to the range before you begin.
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Colin from MORGANTOWN, WV
Stove pilot not clicking on any burner, oven works fine
Unplug the range. Remove screw to Take of the back panel on upper right corner. Unclip the old spark module, unplug the wires with the needle nose pliers and plug them into the new spark module same as the old module. Clip it on. Replace the back panel. Read more...
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Spark Module
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PartSelect Number PS11775689
Manufacturer Part Number 5304508269
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Brian from DUDLEY, MA
Stove top spark module broken
Worst part was cleaning my disgusting stove, installation was easy, remember the positioning of the wires from defective module(take picture) Read more...
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Spark Module
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PartSelect Number PS2350722
Manufacturer Part Number 316135702
This spark module or range spark module, is used in ranges and ovens. The spark module monitors and controls the spark to ignite the surface burner in a range. It does this by sending a certain amount of current to the igniter to produce that spark. If you are not getting any spark to the igniters then it is best you replace this part with a new spark module. To repair, first remove the access panel at the back of your range with a 1/4 inch nut driver to take the screws out. Next, disconnect the power harness that connects the range to the power cord to access the spark module. Take wires off using needle nose pliers and pull the spark module off the range. Match and hook up the wires to the new part. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for further installation instructions and guidance.
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  • Gas igniter glows, but will not light
  • Will Not Start
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Wayne from Palestine, IL
burner ingnighter would not lite burner
Replaced the ingintion module, still did not work, replaced the burner complete with new ingiter , it now works but another one quit . the front right one has 5 ohms resistance ,replaced with new one with 0 ohms, the back left has 2 ohms resistance and now it does not work , will need to replace that burner allso. too bad you can't buy just the spark module for the burner. Read more...
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Spark Module - Surface Burners
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PartSelect Number PS2003170
Manufacturer Part Number 12001596
This part may differ in appearance, but functions same as original part. : This part sends enough current to the igniter to create a spark to the bottom of the burner cap.
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  • Element will not heat
  • Gas igniter glows, but will not light
  • Will Not Start
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scott from centreville, VA
top burners on stove won't ignite ,no clicking noise
remove small panel on right side of stove,then un clip moduke and put wires from old module to new one.
Exact fit nomproblems.
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Spark Module - 60Hz
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PartSelect Number PS11728607
Manufacturer Part Number 808608801
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Spark Module - 120V
PartSelect Number PS468140
Manufacturer Part Number 5303912606
This part sends enough current to the igniter to create a spark to the bottom of the burner cap.
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Jonathan from Arkport, NY
My burners would not light. There wasn't the tell tale "click, click, click" of the spark module.
First I had to slide the stove out of its cubby and then I removed the two screws holding on the shield. I next removed the wires going to the spark module. I removed the top screw and loosened the bottom one. Installed the new spark module in reverse order. Less than 15 minutes for whole repair. Still have problems with spark module not working if oven is on, but I think it is because there is no air circulation behind the stove. Read more...
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Burner Spark Module - 120V 60Hz
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PartSelect Number PS231281
Manufacturer Part Number WB13K25
This part sends enough current to the igniter to create a spark to the bottom of the burner cap.
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  • Gas igniter glows, but will not light
  • Will Not Start
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David from Logansport, IN
Top four burners on oven would not light without using match
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. There 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. Read more...
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SPARK MODULE 6+0 KIT
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PartSelect Number PS11729094
Manufacturer Part Number WB13X26360
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Spark Module - (4+0)
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PartSelect Number PS952864
Manufacturer Part Number WB13T10046
This part sends enough current to the igniter to create a spark to the bottom of the burner cap.
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  • Gas igniter glows, but will not light
  • Will Not Start
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Frank from Steilacoom, WA
Spark would not turn off.
Removed the burers using a torx wrench disconnected the spark wire then replaced the spark generator and the wire harness to the gas valves.
Installation went smooth and easy.
replaced the spark wire and re-assembled the burnners. very easy repair. replaced the sark generator though it didn't need it because I didn't want to un-assessemble the unit again at a later date.
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Spark Module
PartSelect Number PS11755329
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10475147
This is a 4-point re-ignition spark module. NOTE: This part has been redesigned by the manufacture, it may appear different but will still function the same.
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Robert from Ranchos de Taos, NM
Burners kept clicking after ignited
This problem was driving me crazy for months. Of course, after I bought and installed the part and it still was not fixed I finally found a website that told me how to fix the clicking. The problem is that the removable head burners (#8 on the top assembly diagram) are not making good electrical contact with the base burners (#22). What I did was grab the head burners and grind them back and forth into the base burners with the weight on the heal of my hand. Steel wool or sandpaper would work too--you just want to clean the surfaces to restore electrical contact.
If you still want to know how to replace the spark module start by removing #24. This will allow the removal of #9 (after you take the knobs off). You may have to do some fiddling cause the rubber gasket is sticky. Next there are 2 obvious regular screws for #14 and 2 not so obvious star screws in the space where the burner valves are. After #14 is off there are 2 screws on the spark module to be removed and one that you can't loosen that is in a slot. You wriggle the module out of that one.
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