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LG Gas Stove Won't Ignite? Spark Ignition Switch #EBF60662901

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This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the spark ignition switch assembly on an LG gas range. The most common reasons for replacing the spark ignition switch are when the burner won’t produce a spark or won’t stop sparking.

All of the information for this spark ignition switch replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
LG

Tools needed: Phillips head screwdriver, putty knife

Step By Step Instructions

1
Before replace the spark switch assembly in your range first unplug the power cord.
2
Now lift off the three grates.
3
Next, remove all of the burner caps and the burner bases.
4
Use a phillips-head screwdriver to unthread the fifteen screws securing the main top to the orifice holders.
5
Now insert a putty knife under the main top to release the retaining clips.
6
You can now fully remove the main top.
7
Next, note the location of the burner control knobs then remove them.
8
Unthread the eight screws securing the burner control panel.
9
You will need to open the oven door to access the lower screws.
10
With the screws unthreaded, pull off the control panel.
11
Now disconnect the spark switch wire harness.
12
Note the orientation of the switches them pull them off of the burner stems to fully detach the old assembly.
13
Install the new spark switch assembly by aligning the switches on the appropriate burner stems and snapping them into place.
14
Connect the wire harness.
15
Realign the control panel and replace the screws to secure.
16
Replace the burner control knobs on the appropriate stems.
17
Reposition and lower the main top.
18
Making sure the orifice holders and spark electrodes protrude through the openings, snap the main top into place.
19
Rethread the screws to secure the orifice holders to the main top.
20
Replace the burner bases making sure the spark electrodes align with the holes.
21
Position the burner caps.
22
Replace the burner grates.
23
With the repair completed plug the power cord back in and your range should be ready for use.
Description
This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the spark ignition switch assembly on an LG gas range. The most common reasons for replacing the spark ignition switch are when the burner won’t produce a spark or won’t stop sparking.

All of the information for this spark ignition switch replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
LG

Tools needed: Phillips head screwdriver, putty knife
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
Before replace the spark switch assembly in your range first unplug the power cord.
2
Now lift off the three grates.
3
Next, remove all of the burner caps and the burner bases.
4
Use a phillips-head screwdriver to unthread the fifteen screws securing the main top to the orifice holders.
5
Now insert a putty knife under the main top to release the retaining clips.
6
You can now fully remove the main top.
7
Next, note the location of the burner control knobs then remove them.
8
Unthread the eight screws securing the burner control panel.
9
You will need to open the oven door to access the lower screws.
10
With the screws unthreaded, pull off the control panel.
11
Now disconnect the spark switch wire harness.
12
Note the orientation of the switches them pull them off of the burner stems to fully detach the old assembly.
13
Install the new spark switch assembly by aligning the switches on the appropriate burner stems and snapping them into place.
14
Connect the wire harness.
15
Realign the control panel and replace the screws to secure.
16
Replace the burner control knobs on the appropriate stems.
17
Reposition and lower the main top.
18
Making sure the orifice holders and spark electrodes protrude through the openings, snap the main top into place.
19
Rethread the screws to secure the orifice holders to the main top.
20
Replace the burner bases making sure the spark electrodes align with the holes.
21
Position the burner caps.
22
Replace the burner grates.
23
With the repair completed plug the power cord back in and your range should be ready for use.

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