Stove repair Frigidaire FGGF3047TFA

Stove repair for Frigidaire FGGF3047TFA - February 11 by Morgan Appliance Repair in Chicago

Description of objects for repairing

Object: Frigidaire stove, model FGGF3047TFA. Customer claim: the oven door does not close and the igniter does not turn on. Problem: the door closing motor and igniter are out of order. Equipment that was used during repair work:
  • a tool for disassembling household appliances, a new spark module for a stove of this model, technical documentation from Frigidaire for this type of device.
In this case, we encountered two problems when repairing a Frigidaire oven, model FGGF3047TFA. The first problem is that the oven door cannot close properly. This is a mechanical problem. As our technician found out, the door closing motor has failed. The second problem: the oven would not turn on, so the igniter was also out of order. We replaced two parts of this stove. Our company successfully repairs household and industrial stoves of different manufacturers. More information about our service can be found on the website page: stove repair chicago

Repairing procedure

Replacing the motor/door latch and the igniter in a Frigidaire stove, specifically model FGGF3047TFA, involves careful attention to detail and adherence to safety precautions. These tasks can be complex and are generally within the ability of someone with experience in appliance repair. If you’re unsure about performing these repairs yourself, it’s best to contact a professional. However, for those comfortable with DIY appliance repairs, here’s a general guide to help you through the process.

Safety Precautions

  • Disconnect the Power: Unplug the stove from the electrical outlet or turn off the power at the circuit breaker to prevent electric shock.
  • Turn Off the Gas: If your model is a gas stove, shut off the gas supply to prevent leaks or accidents.

Tools You May Need

  • Screwdrivers (Phillips or flat-head)
  • Nut drivers or socket set
  • Needle-nose pliers
  • Multimeter (for testing the igniter)

Replacing the Motor/Door Latch

  • Access the Door Latch:
    • Open the oven door and locate the screws around the oven frame that secure the top panel.
    • Remove these screws and lift off the top panel to access the door latch assembly located near the front of the oven.
  • Remove the Old Door Latch:
    • Disconnect any electrical connectors attached to the door latch motor. It’s a good idea to take a photo or make a note of the connector positions for easy reassembly.
    • Remove the screws or bolts holding the door latch assembly in place.
    • Take out the old door latch assembly.
  • Install the New Door Latch:
    • Position the new door latch assembly in place and secure it with the screws or bolts.
    • Reconnect the electrical connectors as they were before.
    • Replace the top panel and secure it with the screws.

Replacing the Igniter

  • Access the Igniter:
    • Remove the oven racks to access the oven bottom.
    • Locate and remove the screws that secure the oven bottom panel and/or burner cover, if applicable.
    • Carefully lift out the oven bottom or burner cover to expose the igniter attached to the burner tube.
  • Remove the Old Igniter:
    • Disconnect the igniter’s electrical connectors. Remember or note down the wiring configuration for later reattachment.
    • Unscrew the igniter from its mount on the burner tube.
  • Install the New Igniter:
    • Attach the new igniter to the burner tube using the screws you previously removed.
    • Reconnect the electrical connectors as per the original configuration.
    • Carefully replace the oven bottom or burner cover and secure it with screws.
    • Replace the oven racks.

Final Steps

  • Reconnect the power and/or gas supply to the stove.
  • Test the oven door latch function to ensure it locks and unlocks properly, particularly if your model has a self-cleaning feature that relies on the door latch.
  • Test the oven igniter by turning on the oven and observing whether it ignites the burner quickly and efficiently.

Important Notes

  • Always refer to the manufacturer’s manual for any specific instructions or diagrams related to your model to avoid any mistakes or accidents.
  • If you encounter any issues during the process or if the stove does not function properly after the repairs, it’s best to consult with or hire a professional technician to ensure safety and proper functionality.
By following these steps carefully and taking all necessary safety precautions, you should be able to successfully replace the motor/door latch and the igniter in your Frigidaire stove model FGGF3047TFA.
Here is a small photo report of the work carried out:

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