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I have the lrg3095st and getting the F11 code so I think the

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I have the lrg3095st and getting the F11 code so I think the ignitor is bad. But to confirm, the ignitor does glow and the gas does ignite...but it goes out shorty after and then repeats this cycle...and usually with a little 'boom' sound when the gas reignites. You agree to start with the ignitor...also, can the ignitor be returned if I have to try something else in the path?
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Kelly replied 6 months ago.

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The error is just a heating error and does not necessarily suggest any part in itself is faulty. However, given the symptoms of delayed ignition, I would suspect the igniter circuit first. You can test the igniter for current draw, it should be at least 3.2 amps. I suspect you may find it to be lower and not opening the valve as quickly or holding it open, they tend to get weak. The igniter may glow but not draw ample current through the valve. I would replace it if you do not have a clamp on meter to test current draw with.

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