Frigidaire (1) gas burner not igniting


Old 10-16-13, 06:52 PM
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Frigidaire (1) gas burner not igniting

I have a Frigidaire gas stove. Model GLGF377CSA.The front left burner does not ignite when the control knob is turned. All the other burners ignite or spark. Does this sound like an igniter wiring harness should be replaced or the ignitor itself?. Is there a simple way I can know which parts to replace? The stove is around 10 years old and was recently cleaned by a tenant so I have no way of knowing if it hasn't worked in awhile since I wasn't using it.
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Old 10-16-13, 07:05 PM
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There is a four output spark module in your range. The problem can be there or right at the spark electrode on the burner. Most burners have a replaceable electrode.... yours does not.

Lift up the burner cover/top and see if you can remove the wire from the white ceramic electrode and exchange it with another one.

If not you can follow the electrode wires to the spark module. They have four separate connectors that you can move around to determine if it's bad or a shorted electrode.
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