Model #PRG4810NP JENN-AIR Free Standing, Gas

  • Surface Burner Assembly
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  • Top/burner Valves
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  • Griddle Assembly
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  • Supplemental Information
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  • Control Panel
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  • Oven Assembly (large)
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  • Body
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  • Oven Assembly (small)
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  • Door Assembly (large)
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  • Door Assembly (small)
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gas range oven PRG4810NP Jenn-air Jenn air cooking

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Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com
 
I am sorry and do understand your frustration when there is trouble with the range.
 
Glad to help out.   Im  looking at your Jenn-air model number prg4810np.

First thing to do is get an oven safe thermostat.   Put it in the oven and set your temperature to 350 degrees for 30 minutes.   See if the temperature setting and the oven temperature inside the oven is the same.   If not you need an oven thermostat.

If the thermostat is good then you need to take the ignitors out and test them.   Below is a way to check your  bake and or broil ignitors.

How to test gas ignitors for ranges:
 
1.  Unplug the oven from the wall for your safety.
 
2.  Lower the oven door.  Sometimes best to have more room and just remove it.
 
3.  Remove the oven racks from inside.  Remove the lower panel when testing the bake ignitor.
 
4.  Remove the burner shield by taking out the screws that secure it to ignitor first.
 
5.  Next take out the screws that hold the ignitor.  Pull the ignitor away from the oven wall.
    Unclip the wire connector.  If the wire connector is not accessible, remove the back rear
    panel to the oven, or remove the bottom storage drawer to access the wire connector.
 
6.  Get a multimeter to the lowest setting so you can measure the Ohms of resistance.  Calibrate
    the meter. Refer to your meters instructions 
 
7.  Place one of the terminals on the ovens bake ignitor's terminal with one of the multimeters 
    probes.  Then touch the other terminal with the other probe.
 
8.  Check the multimeter's display  If the meter does not move, displaying a resistance of any 
    numbers on the Ohms of resistance, there is no continuity.   If no continuity then the bake 
    ignitor is bad.



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Larry L -
Sears Technician
February 12, 2014
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ignitor problem PRG4810NP Jenn-air Jenn air cooking

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Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com

I am sorry and do understand your frustration when there is trouble with the range.

Glad to help out.   Im  looking at your Jenn-air model number PRG4810NP.

Sounds like your bake ignitor isn't working in the big oven.   It is the item that sends in the heat so you can do your baking.   

How to check if ignitor is good:

1.  Lower the door all the way down.   May have to remove the hinges so be careful.  The ignitor will be on the back bottom side of the oven.  Usually a cylindar/oblong piece and has a metal covering.  2 wires on the back side with ceramic wire nuts.

2.   Turn the gas on and wait for the ignitor to start glowing.  If it takes more than 2 minutes to do then needs to be replaced.

3.  If it is coming on then look and see if it is a dull orange/reddish flame.  The probablility is that  there is no longer enough current flowing through.  Then ignitor needs to be replaced.

ignitor for big oven for model prg4810np

If you have further questions please let me know.

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Larry L -
Sears Technician
October 10, 2013
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jen-air Gas Range igniter problem

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Ranges are appliances that we count on daily so when it starts to have issues it can be really frustrating. While you are waiting on an expert to answer your question, I suggest  you set service with a Sears technician so they can fix this for you. Click here! Have a nice day!

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Dezeray S -
July 08, 2013
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Thanks for the information about your jenn air model PRG4810NP; sorry you are having a problem, I will be glad to assist you with this. Each burner has its own igniter switch attached to the burner valve. Often during cooking or cleaning debris or water can get inside the switch and affect its proper operation. There is usually a simple fix; determine which switch is causing the issue (often they are wired so that all will spark on all burners so pinpointing is critical) Turn the burner valve on/off on/off several time quickly. Repeat this with each burner this will clean the internal switch contacts and usually solve the problem. Repeat this with each switch until the sparking stops.  If you suspect moisture got into the switch use a hair dryer and remove the burner knob, blow warm air into each valve stem area. If these two tips do not solve your problem, replace the igniter switch, click on the link for Igniter Switch to order. I hope this helps, if you need more help reply with details and I will be happy to respond.  If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services. Ron H.

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Ron H -
Sears Technician
July 09, 2013
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