We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 5 Danby Range models
Danby range units burn gas to create ample heat for cooking foods effectively. Gas burners provide a sturdy and stable flame for safe cooking. Over time, gas ranges may fail to spark, and some burners may no longer ignite at all.
Danby ranges rely on the spark igniter electrode to light the gas as it leaves the burner. Obvious damage to the ceramic insulation sleeve is a sign of potential electrode failure. If this part shows signs of chipping or obvious wear, replacing it with high-quality stove repair parts can help restore the stove to normal operation.
Many different Danby range parts can cause a lack of a spark at the igniter electrode. The surface spark module delivers the charge to the electrode directly. If the electrode shows no obvious signs of wear, the surface spark module may be faulty. A spark module that provides no voltage to the igniter electrode prevents it from sparking entirely. Replacing the module ensures plenty of available power for the spark igniter electrode.
The switch located on the gas burner valve's stem provides the connection between the gas range burner's "Lite" position and the surface spark module. If this unit fails, the electrode may spark intermittently, even when the knob is not in the "Lite" position, or fail to spark at all. Check the switch for signs of cable fraying or other mechanical problems. A handyman skilled in gas and electric range DIY repair help may swap the component for another to fix many common ignition problems.
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