Question about GE Cooktops
The problem is too much gunk/dirk on the knob control switch, you will need to clean the knob control switch first and see if there is difference, if not, then replace all the knob switch. lift the lid of your cooktop up. Give it a rap with the heel of your hand if it's stuck. If your cooktop has sealed burners, identified by the igniter or little nub at the back of each burner, the lid wont shift. Lift the burner assembly off the support arm as you slide it away from the burner valve port. It just rests there. Remove the shipping screws if they're still in place and clean the switch knob one after the other, if the problem still persist after cleaning the switch knobs, it means they are worn out, replace them all.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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