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The wiring harness for the burners sound like is shot! I would think about buying a new one! have You tried to light the burners with a lighter or match to see if they will ignite? If so,replace the wiring harness, over time they go bad and short out! If You Can use lighter to ignite burner I would use the long nosed ones like You start charcoal with till The new wiring harness arrives! You will save the hair on Your arm that way! LOL! Good Luck!
hi gud day,i think the sensor is we have problem is hard to repair in ur own,try to call the person have expireince for repair that unit, or ur igniter ligther have damage like small broken if u hear have click is ok but much better to check the igniter coz the broken igniter is not directly spark in the burner that why is not light.to check if remove the burner base cover then see if the igniter like a small niddle color white,turn the knob to click the igniter then see it wer the spark directly if u not see it means have a broken igniter.
The most common problem for gas surface burners is that they get gas but don't light. This is generally caused by dirt or grease splatters on the burner itself. Residential-grade range/stove burners are round and have small holes around their perimeter to allow gas to flow out and create a round flame. The gas coming from these holes is often ignited by a small vertical row of holes on the side of the burner. If these vertical holes are clogged or obstructed, the gas can't ignite.
The solution is to clean the burners thoroughly. Use a toothpick to clear the small vertical holes, then allow the burner to dry completely and try lighting it again. If it doesn't light immediately, repeat the procedure
check for power at the burner if none there take off the top back panel and check for power at the switch coming in and going to the burner. if you have power in and not out then the switch need to be replaced (i like to change all 4 as a set). if there is no power going into a switch then trace the wire back to a broken wire good luck
I do not know the cause BUT the fan behavior (on for left burners, off for right burners) is by design. The high-speed fan has two switches; 1) the primary switch visible centered between top two knobs, 2) secondary switches integrated with left burner knobs.
Look at the back of your range there should be schemetic for your power control board. look for defective burner wire going into relay. There should be 5 relays in rows. Realy is the problem. I had the same problem with my front left burner stuck on high. After replacing everything works okay.