40 Watt frosted appliance light bulb.
Oven igniter assembly. Short ceramic style igniter with mounting bracket and wire nuts for installation. Amperage range is 3.3 to 3.6. *Connector may need to be cut off and wires spliced to range wiring with porcelain wire nuts.
Light bulb 40 watt 120 volt medium standard base. Used in many refrigerators and ranges.
6 inch burner pan
Refrigerator or freezer temperature sensor (also called a thermistor). The thermistor monitors the refrigerator, freezer, and evaporator temperature and sends the temperature reading to the control board.
Oven bake or broil igniter, 2.5 to 3.0 Amp. The igniter draws electrical current through the oven safety valve to open it. If the igniter glows for more than 90 seconds without igniting the gas flame, this indicates that the igniter is too weak to open the valve. (NOTE: This part is very fragile.)
Oven bake heating element. Push-on wire terminals. Includes feet for sitting on bottom of oven floor, and mounting plate for attaching to back wall of oven. Often, if the heating element has burned out, it will be visibly damaged. Inspect the heating element for holes or blisters.
Push to start switch
Oven bake heating element with screw-on terminals. The element is 18-1/4 inches wide, 14-1/2 inches deep to mounting flange. Terminal ends extend 2-1/2 inches past flange. 2,300 watts at 220 volts. If the oven does not heat the bake element may have burned out.
Burner drip bowl (or drip pan) for 8-inch burner. The drip pan sits underneath the heating element to collect drips or spills around the burner.
Washer or dryer selector switch knob with clip in white.
Control switch for 2,600 Watt surface element. The surface element switch sends voltage to the surface element coil. If the switch is defective, the surface element will not work.
Stove top burner spark electrode. If the gas burner fails to light, inspect the spark electrode for cracks. If the spark electrode is cracked or damaged, the surface burner won't work properly.
Burner drip bowl (also called a drip pan) for 6-inch burner. The drip pan sits underneath the heating element to collect drips or spills around the burner.