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3 6 2 7 5 1 9 1 8 9 0 Hope this helps. Dave
So first of all I should determine whether or not I am getting 120VAC to the ignitor by simply measuring the 2 leads going in to the ignitor. If I have 120VAC at those leads then the ignitor has to be bad? What would happen if I just measured for continuity through the ignitor. Generally on a furnace, if I have continuity thru the ignitor it is in most cases still good.
Got it. Do you happen to know the part number for the ignitor?
One last thing and I apologize for not asking in last question. Where is the access to the ignitor? I know it is at bottom of oven but I've replaced some oven ignitors in the past and have had to take quite a few parts off the appliance to gain access.
No problem at all. I appreciate you taking the time to explain the various issues I may have. I never assume anything even though 90% of my no heat issues are the ignitors. It's the other 10% that drive me crazy. By the way, what would be an average cost for a repair tech to replace this ignitor?