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ACS3350AS (PACS3350AS0) Amana Range

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These pads go on the bottom of your gas cooktop grates to prevent them from moving and scratching the top of your appliance.
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This is an OEM part sourced directly from Amana. This flat style oven igniter is used in ranges. As current flows through the ignition circuit the ignitor heads up and begins to glow, the warmer it ge...
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This is an authentic OEM replacement part.?This flat style over igniter is commonly used in ranges and wall ovens. This igniter is specifically used to ignite the broil element. The igniter pulls curr...
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This is a genuine OEM replacement part. This spark ignition electrode is what lights the gas that starts the burner on your range or cooktop. This electrode is part of the burner assembly, it sits nex...
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The top of this part is now black.
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This is a genuine OEM replacement part. This double burner bowl is designed for used with cooktops and ranges. The burner bowl is found underneath the burner grate. This part is designed to fit around...
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This is an authentic OEM replacement part. This wire oven rack is used un ranges, microwave oven combs, and wall ovens. This wire rack is made of metal, and it is chrome in color. It is approximately ...
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Burner Cap - 6000 BTU Sold individually.
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This is a multi-use frame screw that fits a variety of power tools and equipment. Follow installation instructions and safety practices provided in the manual by the manufacturer.
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This screw is sold individually.
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Part may differ in appearance, but functions same as original.
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This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer. The burner head the is main part of the burner assembly in your gas range and cooktop. The gas flows through the burner head and is lit by t...
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Gas igniter glows, but will not light
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Will Not Start
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Little to no heat when baking
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Element will not heat
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Door won’t close
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Little to no heat when broiling
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Customer:
John from Niles, MI
Parts Used:
786324
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Oven wouldn't heat. Glow ignitor was weak and wouldn't ignite flame.
After shutting off the gas and removing the oven door, which simply slid off of the hinges, I removed the oven plate. The ignitor was attached to the manifold. I removed that and noted the wires were attached back behind a hole in the back of the oven. I thought I would have to access them from the back but when I pulled on them I was able to reach them from the front. I was surprised to find plastic lugs covering the wire ends, rather than ceramic. I attached the new ignitor wires and reused the plastic lugs, as no ceramic ones came with the new ignitor. I carefully slid the new ignitor back into the cage/shield attached to the manifold and replaced the manifold. I then turned the gas back on and tested the ignitor (which worked perfectly) before replacing the oven plate. The repair took less than 30 minutes, but my wife and I thoroughly cleaned the door and interior while we had it apart. The hardest part was getting the door back on the hinges, but this too was accomplished after several attempts. The oven heats up beautifully now.
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Customer:
mark from macomb, MI
Parts Used:
WP31940001
Difficulty Level:
A Bit Difficult
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver
Oven not working but broiler was working fine.
Checked lower oven burner for a problem. Oven Ignitor looked like it was glowing and working properly but the gas valve would not open to let the gas flow to burner. I had read on a forum that just because the oven ignitor looks good does not mean it is creating the proper resistance to open the gas valve. So I took my chances and replace d the ignitor (because it was cheaper than the gas valve) and now the oven works like new.
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Customer:
Sabrina from Mooresville, NC
Parts Used:
814323
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
several grate pads fell out/lost /broke during cleaning
The only real issue was locating the proper adhesive to ensure that the new pads would not fall out. The small insert paper slip in the package noted that a RTV adhesive should be used. After much searching at the home improvement super store, I learned it would be found at an auto supply store. It is black, and is for high temp use. It i s available in a small tube for around $2.00. The RTV is usually used to make gaskets for heat/oil exposure in auto repair. I did have trouble removing a broken stub from a pad that had broken off in the hole. I used an awl to get what I could and push the rest into the hole deeper, then insert a new pad with along with the adhesive.
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