Question about Kitchen Ranges
Try unplugging and leaving it sit overnight not plugged in. sometimes grease or water from cleaning gets down into the electrodes and will continue to spark until the water/grease dries up. nothing to worry about safety wise, its more of a nusscience that anything, if it doesnt stop ina day then we got a problem . but lets try that
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
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