We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 10 Davis Range models
Davis may not be a household name for kitchen appliances, but homeowners trust the brand's high-quality ranges for a variety of cooking needs. If your Davis gas range is not igniting or sparking, you risk having an uncooked meal on the counter when dinner time rolls around. Follow these quick troubleshooting tips to get your burners firing up like they should.
The igniter electrode is responsible for creating the spark to light each burner, and it can malfunction if it becomes dirty or damaged. Lift the stove cover, and clean off any spilled food from the electrode. If it is bent, cracked or chipped, install a new igniter electrode available from the collection of stove repair parts on Sears PartsDirect.
If burner ports become clogged, gas is unable to flow through the burner for lighting. Lift the stove cover to remove the burner assembly, and use a small-diameter brush to clear out the ports. You can also browse range parts for a new burner assembly if the current assembly appears damaged.
Checking wiring is an important aspect of gas and electric range DIY repair help, and the igniter switch is a common culprit. If the burners don't spark when you press the Lite switch but you can light the burner with a match, the switch may need to be replaced.
Search Sears PartsDirect for the perfect replacement parts to fix your stove, remembering to turn off the gas and unplug the power cord before completing do-it-yourself repairs. If you are hunting for a certain part or need help with your repair, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.