Question about Bosch 30 in. NGP 732 / 736 Gas Cooktop
I have a two year old Bosch gas cooktop (NGT73). The weird thing happened last night when the cooktop's electronic igniter started clicking all by itself. I had to turn it off via the circuit breaker and now just cook by lighting a match to the burner until I can figure this out. I know it's not the case of a GFI electrical circuit problem as stated in the previous solutions as this cooktop has been working fine for the past 2 years. So what is causing this and is there a simple remedy?
Check to make sure your burner caps are aligned. I had this problem, and it turned out one of my burner caps was slightly askew. Putting it level fixed the problem.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
If any of the 5 burner switches are sending a signal to the spark module to light a burner, most gas cooktops have a wire from each burner control to the spark module to send a spark to all burners. Shut the power off, pull the wires off from each control to the spark module control and reapply power . Test each one at a time to determine which is the culprit. Could be more than one but usually only one.
Posted on Jul 25, 2007
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