Model #FGF379WJCB FRIGIDAIRE Free Standing, Gas

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Q:

I need to replace the lower ignitor on my Frigidaire oven.

A:

Doing things on your own can be a little tricky especially without the assistance of a technician. I have taken the time to research your question and noticed that someone else had asked a similar question with a response from an expert. I have attached the link below if you are interested in viewing while you are waiting on your response from an expert. Hope this helps, good luck!

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Alina F. -
August 21, 2010
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The part number 316449402 is the correct igniter for this oven burner. When the original connectors do not match up to the connector on the replacement igniter, a technician will normally cut the wires on all of the connectors and connect the two wires that go to the igniter with ceramic wire nuts. This sounds like the solution that you will need for this problem if I understand your description correctly. You should be able to find the correct size of ceramic wire nuts at your local hardware store. Unplug the range and cut the wires and strip the ends. There were 2 wires that connected to the original igniter. The replacement igniter should have 2 wires coming from it. Connect one wire from the igniter to one of the wires that originally was connected to the igniter with ceramic wire nuts. Connect the remaining 2 wires together with ceramic wire nuts. A portion of the wiring diagram for this range is shown in the image below. One wire is traced in red and the other in green on the diagram. This information should help you properly connect the wires on your igniter. If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 23, 2010
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Q:

Why am I getting an F1 error message on my gas stove?

A:

The F1 error code on this model of Frigidaire range indicates that the electronic oven control board detects one of the following errors:

  • Failed oven temperature sensor probe
  • Shorted keypad
  • Internal electronic control board error caused by a power glitch or surge through the electrical lines
  • Failed electronic control board
If you are able to unplug the range and check the oven temperature sensor probe, you may be able to determine if this component is causing your problem. Remove the back panel and unplug the probe. Check the resistance using a volt/ohm meter. You should measure about 10K ohms (10,000 ohms) at room temperature. If the resistance is way off, then replacing the temperature probe should fix this problem.

If the temperature probe is okay, then the electronic oven control board will likely need to be replaced.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician

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