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Question DetailsAsked on 10/20/2016

Cost of replacig build in oven igniter

Oven doesn't light up

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The service call charges can run from $75-300, depending on local labor costs, and also on whether the service tech has to come twice - once to diagnose the problem, once to come and install the correct part. Parts cost typically in the $20's to $40's range depending on make and model. So - bottom line - could be as cheap as $100-200 range IF he brings an ignitor with him (assuming they have it in stock) AND that is the problem - could be more like $200-350 range if he comes and finds that is not the problem - that a gas flow valve, control knob, or thermostat (all roughly same cost range, up to $100 or so) is the problem so he has to come back a second time with that part. And if a control board is the problem (common with electronic control appliances) that can add another $100-200 to the parts cost depending on whether it is the main control board or oven control board (as applicable to your model) is bad, and on brand/model.


Appliance Repair - Large is your Search the List category for this.

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