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Our gas stove repeatedly tries to lite

Our gas stove's flint is continuously trying to lite itself. How can we fix this problem?

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One of the small switches mounted on the gas valve stems has its little contacts fried together. Sometimes pots poil over and water gets into a switch and after 4 or 3 day that switch goes all propah again. To repair the prob you must find the bad switch and replace it. Remove a wire from one at a time till yo find the bad one. Or simply replace the entire harness making sure each swicth is properly locked into place. Simple ain't it? LOL

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