Model #ARG7300W-P1143320NW Amana free standing, gas

  • Cabinet
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  • Cavity
    3 Results
  • Main Top
    3 Results
  • Backguard
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  • Oven Door
    3 Results
  • Storage Door
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  • Gas Supply
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Question and Answers

Q:

What is needed to convert my Amana range to propane?

A:

You will need to purchase an LP orifice (part#31864901) for the "Insta-Broil" burner which is located inside the oven cavity at very top. You will need to remove the NATURAL GAS orifice and install the LP orifice.

There are no other parts needed to convert the range to LP gas other than following the instructions in the image below to complete the conversion.

I recommend having your LP gas supplier convert your range over to LP gas.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
Q:

Why won't my Amana gas range light burners or the oven?

A:

Since neither the top burners nor the oven will ignite, I recommend checking the outlet for the range. Make sure that the breaker is not tripped. See if the oven light and the clock work. If the oven light will not work, plug a small appliance into the outlet to see if it is working properly.

If the outlet has power but none of the electrical features work on the range, then you could have a wiring failure in the outlet cord or the connection between the outlet and the controls. Unplug the range and check the power cord for damage. Check the power cord connection to the back of the range to make sure that it is secure. If you have a volt/ohm meter, you can check the cord for continuity through the wiring.

If the oven light and the clock work but the burners and oven will not ignite, then you could have a number of different failures that are causing your problem. To accurately predict the possible failures on this range, we would need a full model number. The model number that you submitted (ARG7300W) should be followed by additional numbers such as P1141296NW. Using this full model number, we could access technical information specific to your particular model. Based on the partial model number, it is likely that you have a wiring problem. It is rare for the spark igniter for the top burners and the oven igniter to both go bad at one time. If diagnosed and repaired by a technician, this type of repair might run about $150 to $250.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 18, 2008