FIXED KGSA906PSS00 Won't Ignite Broil or Bake. Safety Valve Tested Fine

nemesis

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KGSA906PSS00
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Neither the bake nor broil ignitor will fire. I tested the resistance on the safety valve and both read fine (and gas is present). The strange thing is, regardless of whether it's set to bake or broil, when it tries to spark the ignitor, the ignitor for one of the stovetop burners sparks (the closest left burner when facing the oven). I'm leaning towards either a spark module or control board. How can I know for sure? Thanks for the help.
 

nemesis

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Yup, I did that (that's what I meant by "Safety Valve". I mean gas valve. It tests fine.
 

rickgburton

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OK, here's the voltage pinouts for the DSI board. Check for 120 VAC from the bake and broil relays.
DSI Gas Range.jpg
 

Jake

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Here's the spark module(DSI board) for your model:
Spark Module WPW10331686


When you click the link to it you will see a video on how to access it.

Jake
 

nemesis

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Now I'm questioning the gas valve. I tested it again and I got 220 on the broil terminal and 218 on the bake. Is that out enough to cause issue?
 

rickgburton

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Yep, 216Ω no (±). Maybe (±1Ω) if you have one of those Playskool meters....lol
 

Jake

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Playskool meters
LOL, I had one of those when I was a baby and loved it to death, guess that was a sign of things to come per being a career appliance tech.:)

I was always fascinated by that ohms symbol and the numbers in the meter, LOL.

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nemesis

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Update for anyone who discovers this thread later: I replaced the spark module and everything works fine. Thanks for the help!
 
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