We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 86 Inglis Range models
Inglis ranges include many handy components that simplify cooking fresh meals for friends and family. Over time, the broilers in some units may fail to activate. This results in an oven that can bake foods but does not broil when users activate that setting.
Inglis ranges feature wiring that runs between different components to deliver the voltage necessary to power electric broilers or activate igniters for gas-powered ovens. Check the wires to verify their connections with other parts of the stove, and inspect them for obvious signs of fraying, pinching or cuts. Replace wires with stove repair parts designed specifically to withstand the heat of modern ovens.
Many range parts affect the ability of an oven to broil, but the broiling element and the igniter are the most likely to result in a total lack of operation. Check the electric broiling element for signs of cracks, and inspect the area where the element connects to the stove to ensure it remains seated properly. On gas ovens, look at the igniter and determine if it requires replacement. Chips or cracks in the housing and signs of burns indicate igniter malfunction.
One shared component between gas and electric ranges is the electronic control board, and if a control board fails, a person skilled with gas and electric range DIY repair help techniques can swap it out for a new component. Signs of a failed control board include erratic electricity delivery throughout the range or a lack of activity from the igniter or broiler element, even when users set the oven to broil.
Check out the selection of range repair parts for Inglis appliances available from Sears PartsDirect. Choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.