Question about Dacor Preference SGM304 Gas Cooktop
Was cooking with gas just fine this morning. Then the ignitors stopped working. Checked all the obvious things (power cord, circuit breaker). Plugged unit into extension cord to a distant outlet. Nothing. Don't see anyway to get into the unit for any fuses or anything. What should I do next?
There is no fuses, as long as you have a power supply into unit then the only item that can cause this fault is a faulty spark generator.the hob will need to be dismatled to repair, remove the knobs, remove the burners and then remove the obvious screws, top will lift off Regards Advisor
Posted on Sep 01, 2007
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