Question about Hotpoint RGB745 Gas Kitchen Range
My Ge oven igniter was replaced and it worked fine for 2 months and then the oven stopped working. The technician came back and found that the insulation of the new igniter was crumbling, but the igniter part itself was fine. He checked the voltage and the possiblity of shorts but none were found. We again replaced the igniter and hopefully it will work fine, but what could cause the insulation of the wiring of the igniter to crumble with no apparant shorting or evidence of high voltage damage?
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Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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