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Electronic Igniter for Gas Stove

My problem is that the GFI clicked off,,,and finally detemined it was due to the electronic igniter,,,, as when I unplugged it from its own receptacle under the casbinet... I was able to reset the GFI,,,

Now if I simply plug in the igniter,,,it trips the GFI... without even attempting to use the igniter..

So... whst might I try now....

Charlie

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Remove the gfi and use a non gfi outlet

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Try another outlet first. The ignitor runs off a grounded circut that could be messing with the GFI. I have had manufactures reccommed not using GFI's with relite ignitor systems.

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