Question about GE 30 in. JGP336 Gas Cooktop
My GE cooktop (mod # JGP963SEF1SS) has not worked since we cleaned it with a sponge. Something shorted out and keeps blowing the fuse at the panel everytime I plug it in. I need to open the unit to check wiring and components. There aren't a lot of screws and those I've removed don't seem to help. Any suggestions?
Disconnect power before dissassembly. I believe on your model you will have to remove the burner caps and burner heads, then the screws you find under them. (either small phillips, or more likely small torx) You can disconnect spark ignitors then if you like. You may then just have to dry things out, most likely at the burner ignition switches on the burner valve stems.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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