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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2009 05:07 pm
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My oven is not heating, the ignitor does not come on. I checked the Broil function that ignitor comes on and fires the gas jets. I checked the amperage draw to the ignitor with a clamp type meter I got 0. is this a sure sign that the ignitor nees to be replaced.  My last oven the ignitor went out every year right around Christmas! 

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Are you getting voltage to the ignitor? If so, then check the continuity of the bimetal across the gas valve. If not, then move upstream to see if you're getting voltage from the ERC. May have a thermal cutoff in the circuit, too-- if your model has one, it'll be shown on the wiring diagram.



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looking for an answer wrote: ... My last oven the ignitor went out every year right around Christmas! ...
That wouldn't be right after self-clean, would it ?



“The Rules”:

Rule #1) Don't ever use Self-Clean on any Oven.

Rule #2) If you're thinking about using Self-Clean, see rule #1.

Self-Clean uses nearly 1000F for 3 hours or more. :burning:

That can wreak havoc on Electronic Controllers and Connections.



No thermal Cutoff on that model... just the ERC, Ignitor and the Gas Valve ...

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I never use the self clean feature.

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I had exactly the same problem with a different Maytag model (MRG5770). I first replaced the ignitor (the oven was out of warrantee for the ignitor and I can get ignitors for less than $30 bucks). That didn't work, so I did some further checking and found that the touch panel wasn't sending power to the ignitor. That part was still under warrantee (five years I think). Maytag sent a free replacement (MSRP was about $140). Inserted it and the oven worked fine. I subsequently did some troubleshooting on the old board and replaced the defective relay with an equivalent I found at an electronics supplier for 10 bucks, so I've got an extra board to use if the new one fails. These boards are pretty sensitive to things like overheating and getting liquid spilled into their innards.

Nick

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one more thing,,, if you have a seperate bake and broil burner you have a dual gas valve..ive had more than one that the coil on the bake side of the valve is open ohm that out also,,,,

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