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One burner on stovetop La Cornue 'AlberTine 36' stove will not ignite, as spark is not arcing as is for other burners... Will light with match and cap is on correctly. Do you have ideas?

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Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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I would check that the range is plugged in first and that any fuse in the range itself has not blown. Fuse in the stove should be near where the electric line from the wall plug goes into the back of the range. Just follow it down to where it plugs into the range itself.

If all those are fine, check the little wires from the igniters all the way to where they plug into some connector. But unless you had a really busy mouse I dont see that happening to all the wires from each igniter. good luck

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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Not that this will fix it for sure, sometimes it does. Remove the top of the burner that is causing the problem, and take some sand paper and clean the top of the ignitor and the bottom of the burner itself. That will sometime cure the problem. If not, you could have a bad spark module, or a wiring issue.

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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Clean the burner with a wire brush around where the ignitor is. it needs a proper ground to ignite. When you turn the burner on do you hear a click click click? If so this should solve the problem.

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