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No pilot light, uses piezoelectric to light gas, so you could use a match to light the burner...Proceed at your own risk, DO NOT DO THIS IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING
Check next to the burner that is not working for any buildup
The part that produces the spark is white with a short piece of metal sticking out the top,,,the spark arcs over to the burning igniting the gas
EE2 means no ignition. It could be No fuel or low fuel, dirty filter. You need to look at the flame when you try to start the stove. If you have flame then the igniter is good. If there is no flame and a bumping noise you have a fuel problem. No flame and no bumping you may have an igniter problem. Feel around the burner pot to see if it gets hot. A bad igniter will lead to a flooded stove if you continue.
Oven was working, I had it on pre-heat, then I turned on the stove top, but the burners won't heat. When I turn on the stove top the stove makes a short BUZZ noise and the clock area lights up, when the burner is turned off all the lights go out. Please help, food prepared.
Lift the ceramic top and look at the burnner to see if it is bad or not.
You only have to take 2 screws in the front of the ceramic top at the bottom, just open the oven door and look at the corners.
Don't forget to unplug the stove first
I am asuming you mean a standard cook top stove.
you should probebly unplug the range because it looks like a short circuit.
!) a shorted or failing burner/control will light to ground
2) every burrner has a fuse, unscreww each burnner fuse till light goes out. that is the problem piece.
3) change heating elements with the element of the same size on the other side of the stove.
4)put fuse back in. if light off - bad elemet - if light on - bad control
bad control - I'm not sure you want to tackle that. but call me back :)