How Do You Replace An Igniter On A Gas Stove?
You turn on your self-igniting oven one evening to make dinner, and nothing happens: No gas, no heat, nothing. You try the stovetop burners, and they self-light just fine, so you know your gas and electricity supplies are working. There’s a good chance the problem is your igniter, a little part that heats up to light the internal flame of the oven. It can malfunction with age, making it impossible to start the stove. Now you can either call a professional and hope it doesn’t cost too much–or you can invest as little as $30 and an hour or so and fix it yourself. Step 1 Confirm that the igniter is damaged. Open the stove door and, using the screwdriver, remove the sheet metal plate at the floor of the oven to get to main oven gas burner. The igniter is a metal coiled piece about the size of a roll of quarters next to the burner, near the back. Turn on the oven and look at the igniter–if it doesn’t quickly begin glowing red, it has malfunctioned and must be replaced. Step 2 Unplug the a