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Did a G.E. coin op dryer model # DCCD330GD3 with a failed igniter..........Takes p/n WE4X739..Retails for $90 clams :woot: .......Did not have one on the service van..........Later that day, I had an add-on, K/M 41774182300 coin-op dryer.....Also a failed igniter............That one takes P/N. 134393700 Retails for $100 clams :woot: :woot: , still did not have that one ether.........Both are the round type......................So I did some research an a lot of web reading and I found a Supco p/n SDE 358 will replace the G.E. igniter.....Did more research and found it will also replace the K/M frig unit..... Retails for $ 30 clams :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: .................... I ordered 4 pieces................ both fit with no modifying or bending of the mounting bracket .....Two units in the same day, different brands. :blinky: .......The G.E. burner assy. is on the right and the friggy is on the left side......Both the burner assys. appear to be the same but for the burner tubes, a different shape hood..............I prefer to use O.E.M. parts, but to save the customer a few clams and a bit of profit to me , it was a win/win completion......

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GE Round Ignitor $70

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GE WE04X10116 $104

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Whirlpool Round Ignitor $84

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LG 5318EL3001A $38

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Supco SDE358 Ignitor $30

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mordy

How about part number PCK2003 is this the same igniter

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PCK2003 is not just the ignitor, it a complete Frigidaire dryer LP conversion kit that contains the above referenced ignitor as one of the piece of the kit.

 

From the price of the kit it look like that is way to go when you need this round style ignitor!

 

$25.70 -  (I can get it from my normal supplier for $18.18 before shipping!)

Part number: PCK2003

Part number: PCK2003

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IgorY

So, are all this igniters interchangeable? 

Thank You!

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Hiroshi

Yes they are interchangable Igor, I have used the Supco for years as it is made by the same manufacterer as the expensive version- this is in tons of dryers. That is an awesome deal Budget, nice tip!

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