Model #PGR4410CDW MAYTAG Free Standing, Gas

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  • Top Assembly
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  • Wiring Information
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Q:

oven gets too hot Maytag pgr4410cdw

A:

Thank you for choosing sears I would be happy to help you with your range. Upon researching model pgr4410cdw; before attempting repair unplug range power cord then remove the oven thermostat. Once you have the oven thermostat removed you can test it for continuity with a multi meter. The multi meter should read anywhere from 1000 to 1100 ohms, when testing the sensor. If the reading you get is not within this range then the thermostat is more than likely the cause of the problem. I have posted a link below of the thermostat.

I trust this information will help you, have a great day.

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CarlosZ -
Sears Technician
January 28, 2015
Q:

Is the bake valve supposed to have gas as soon as ignitor comes on, how long should it take?

A:

When you turn the thermostat on your range on it sends 120 volts to the bake valve and ignitor. The bake valve and ignitor are wired in series and the ignitor draws all the current and heats up. As the ignitor heats its resistance changes and when it is cherry red the current switches to the gas valve and it opens. The gas valve has gas to it at all times.

The gas valve should open within 40 seconds after the ignitor starts to glow.

If the ignitor is glowing red and the gas valve doesn’t open the ignitor is usually the problem. Sometimes the ignitor will golw red but the resistance doesn’t change and the gas valve doesn’t draw the current.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
April 08, 2008

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