Question about GE 36 in. Profile JGP963 Stainless Steel Gas Cooktop
I had the same thing happen to my cooktop. in order to replace the igniters you will have to wemove the cooktop from the counter, then you will find 4 screws on the front edge and one on each side edge that you will have to remove. Then you will need a torx screwdriver to remove each of the burners (2 screws per burner) then you can remove the top giving access to the igniters. Ours caught fire when some milk got spilled in one of the control knob holes shorting out the hot lead to ground (it is the grey wire looping from each of the igniter switches). Obviously they are not "sealed " that well, or this wouldn't have happened. I now just need to locate a source for the new parts. In the mean time I guess we will use a manual striker to ignite the stove with, or bypass the burned igniter. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
You may need to consult near you an electrial engineer this couild be happened you need to design all parts of igniton line / many thing to change replace the switch knobs iugniter tips terminals and wirings also high voltage igniter coil. so many thing thing to buy.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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