Question about GE 30 in. JGP328 Gas Cooktop
The igniter on m 4 year old GE Profile gas cook top continously discharges a lite spark when turned off. I have to unplug it to stop.
Got any ideas?
It sounds like somebody clean up the stove and the electric sending unid is wet, try this: the knob that correspond to the ingniter that it's clicking nonestop, take the knob out and you will see the sending unit, pull it out unplug it and dry it out and then try it again, it should work properly after it's dry.
Tupper Lake NY
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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The electrical wiring under the burners has been short
probably from liquids leaks during cooking.
That is why you had the spark. The only electrical part you
have to your coo top is the electric ignite nothing else. So you should remove
all burners' assemblies from the top so to reach the bottom part where the gas
pipes are located and the ignite part no 318 in drawing Spark module
AP3778816made by GE.
So first you can use a hair
dryer do try it out and be sure there is not and liquid in it and put
electrical plug again to test it. If you still have the same problem, replace
the Spark module with a new one.
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