Question about GE Cooktops
This is most likely caused by a wet or dirty spark gap or flame sensor and will probably be fine if you let the unit dry out for a couple of days. You could, at your own risk, light the pilots or burners with a lighter and let the heat dry out the components. They may have to be cleaned.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hello hgodoy2 - If you only have an issue with two burners not lighting, then you might have a clogged valve. This is not something you should clean on your own if you have never done this before. I would contact a professional or your manufacturer first. You could also have a blocked or bad valve which would require a full repair service call.
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