Question about Electrolux 31 in. E30EC65E Electric Cooktop
In this case - you will be looking for a grounded (bare) wire to the chassis metal.
it will take some investigation to find the bare/cracked wire.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This problem is due to a short to wires contact on the igniter sometimes this happens after a cleaning of the cook top with water so in this case you just use hair dryer and dry out the ingniter.
Other possible reasons are over heating of the ingniter contact so you have to remove it and clean wire contacts.
Finally the igniter contacts are melt together or sometimes full of burned oil and they need to be replaced. Inginter is not expensive part.
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