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FIXED NX58H9500WS/AA Samsung oven Gas valve assy

Raenimeh

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After changing back main board and igniter and doing every single volt and ohm check I could everything led me to my gas valve assembly. Cook top works broiler works but the oven itself does not. Did a continuity on the assy only to find out no continuity, broiler line has continuity. The question is if that portion (oven) of the assy doesn’t work does it prevent the igniter from igniting ? I’ve tried 3 genuine oem coorstek igniters as came with the oven and nothing. Knowing I need a gas assembly I’m dying to know if that’s been the issue or there’s more I need to look into, thanks
 

jeff1

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Hi,

The question is if that portion (oven) of the assy doesn’t work does it prevent the igniter from igniting ?

Yes, normally the igniter will not come on.

Valve-and-Pressure-Regulator-DG94-00449A-01836738.jpg
LINK> Gas Oven Safety Valve And Pressure Regulator Assembly

jeff sr.
 

Raenimeh

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You guys definitely did , I was about to start tracing wires next , thank you so much for the help il give you guys a heads up when I get the assembly and install and see if it rectifies the issue
Thanks again
 

jeff1

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Glad you got somewhere with it :)
Check/clean the crossover holes as I noticed only one side of your burner lite.

jeff sr.
 

Raenimeh

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Here’s a question that’s kind of irking me , is it normal for the igniter to stay lit up all through the pre heat ?
 

jeff1

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The igniter must remain one the entire time the flame is burning....the igniter must draw the correct current to hold the gas safety valve open.

So to answer your question.....yes.

jeff sr.
 

raj2022

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Something similar here. Oven broiler works fine. All range top burners work fine. Bake ignitor will not come on. I do here some clicks. I replaced the ignitor and still the same. I put 120v on the old and new ignitor and it lights up. I'm about the replace the main board. But is this really the gas valve? Oven is 3 years old. Little use as it's at a camp.

Thanks
 

jeff1

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Hi,

Set oven to bake, test for 110-120 volts AC across the 2 wires for the bake ignitor....power there and the gas valve is ok.
No power there and the gas safety valve must be checked for continuity and if the gas valve is ok, yes the clock/control is the prime suspect.

jeff sr.
 

raj2022

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Ok thanks, sounds like the gas valve. no power to the ignitor. I'll follow up with the fix.

And to reiterate still the gas valve even though the oven broiler and all burners work fine? I see the valve has 1 in and 3 outs and 4 wires.

Thanks Again!
 

jeff1

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And to reiterate still the gas valve even though the oven broiler and all burners work fine? I see the valve has 1 in and 3 outs and 4 wires.

We have no idea what you are looking at....no make or model# posted.

jeff sr.
 

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