Question about Cooktops
My ignitors keep firing after the gas is turned off... I steamed a dungenes crab last night and some water boiled over... I figured that some water went where it shouldn't go and in the morning all would be fine. Nope... The product manual (on-line) does not speak to this problem.
Any help please?
Sounds like you got water into the ignitor switches on under the knobs. Sometimes it takes 48 hours for this to dry out. Or you can pull the knobs and use a hair dryer on to dry out the switches. Personally I just advise pulling the plug and wait. This is a common issue with gas cooktops and can also happen with liberal use of cleaning products sprayed in the know area.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
I think your right. I was cleaning and took the knobs off to clean and went liberal on the water. That's when the igniter started sparking. Will wait for it to dry!!
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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