Question about GE 30 in. JGP336 Gas Cooktop
The ignitors usually stay on after the flame has started. do the ignitor electrodes need to be replaced or what?
How do I access the parts - through the burners or from the bottom? How?
the stove is 15 years old but this has beengoing on for years and I am finally tired of listening to the continuous clickkkkkkkking.
On any range I've seen with electronic ignitors, the valves have a position that closes a contact to turn on the ignitor and manually moving the dial to the 'Hi' setting opens the contact again and the ignitor ceases to spark.
You don't mean the ignitors run even when the burners are off, do you?
I'm surprised to read that this has been happening for 'years,' the transformer for the ignitors must be really tough to withstand that and it doesn't sound like an electrode or transformer problem but rather a contact not opening as it should or you not advancing the control past the ignite point.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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