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A glass jar fell from the fridge onto the stove and knocked a pan of water over. water went all over and despite being dried the ignition clicked constantly and now we have had to disconnect the electric. how do we stop it because it can't still be wet??

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Yes, it can. Some of these items are 'sealed' and can contain the liquid for an extended period. Turn off the power and disconnect the leads to each valve except one. Re-power and see if that's the offender. Keep reconnecting until you find the problem. Make sure that the power is off when making new connections.

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