Question about GE 30 in. JGP336 Gas Cooktop
The automatic ignition in my JGP336 gas cooktop stopped working. In the
past if water etc poured into igniter orifice I have seen the specific
igniter stop sparking till the igniter dried out. This time all 4 of
them are out, seem like some part may need to be replaced. I haven't
looked under the cooktop, not sure how to do that easily. Any ideas?
I accidentally posted the question on GE JGP636 forum so posting it here again.
It's is normal for the ignitors not to work when wet, once they dry they should work. The best thing is to check the electric sending unit, they are a small white kind of square that goes on the switch, just lift the knobs and take the cover of the switches and you should see the sending units righ on the rod that hold the knobs, they have to small wires attached to them, It seems to me that thats were your problem is.
Do you hear the click clik when you put the knob on LITE??
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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