Question about Whirlpool Cooktops
There is a temprature probe that looks like a wire that should be in the flame when lit. this tells the circuitry that there is a flame there - so stop trying to light it.
If this sensor fails, it will continue to ignite, and may turn off the Gas.
Order a replacement flame sensor from your supplier or high street outlet.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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