Question about Frigidaire GLGF382DQ Gas Kitchen Range
Ignitors keep firing by themselves after my aunt cleaned them. After she did the major cleaning of the stove I used the oven and it worked fine. I lit a burner (Probably front?) and the left rear burner went pop and then all the ignitors keep firing by themselves until I shut off the circuit breaker. Now when ever the stove is turned on the igitors keep firing constantly. I tried unplugging the ignitors one at a time but they all keep firing even if the other ones are disconnected. Any idea what is going on? Thanks, Dave
Hi davemoo2, I would make sure that the all the burners are put together correctly .. next check to see if a selector switch may be pushed in or shorted . also check the that the ingitors are know grounded out.. let me know what you find out... kraxytech
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
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