Thanks for your previous answer. The old igniter has the same resistance reading as the new one. But it IS about 10 years old. I'm just shy about replacing a non-returnable part and losing the $65 if it's something else. Also, is the insulation on the new part enough to protect the wires from the heat? It appears to be cloth-like and similar material to the old stuff but thinner. Should I re-wrap the new wires with the old insulation? It could just slip over. Thanks again.
Optional Information: Brand: Frigidaire Type of Appliance: Oven & Range Already Tried: bought new igniter, ready to install.