Question about KitchenAid Cooktops
My customer's sealed gas burners got wet.
Now one (of 4) won't light -- no spark from the electric igniter. Can this be fixed?
Gas flow is just fine and burner lights manually no problem.
Each burner has its own switch to direct current to the igniter. It appears that one of the four switches burned or shorted out, while the other three survived the flood. These switches are replaceable, so that's how I'll fix the problem.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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