Question about Frigidaire FGF316 Gas Kitchen Range
The gas ignitors do not turn off on all burners. We have to unplug it to stop which leaves the top burners unsafe. What is causing this problem and how can we fix it?? Thanks for your help! Randy Osborne
Are you saying the spark module is constantly sparking? If so, you may have one of your surface burner switches shorted, causing the spark module to stay on. Or, you could have a ground in your wiring harness to the spark module. Here's a way to check: 1. Unplug range, or turn off circuit breaker. 2. Locate your spark module. It's usually located in the back of the oven cavity, or behind the rear panel. There should be a wire going from the spark module to each burner switch. Carefully disconnect each burner switch one at a time and re-energize your range to see if the problem goes away. If the problem doesn't go away, turn the range back off, reconnect the switch and move to the next switch wire. 3. If you disconnect each switch and the problem persists, then I would suspect an internal short in the spark module, or a ground in your wiring somewhere. There should be a tech sheet with diagrams located somewhere on the back of the range to assist you. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 28, 2007
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