Igniter does not spark on one set of two stovetop burners.
Four burner gas cooktop, two each side. I have swapped the two burners on the right, with the two on the left and problem moved with the burners. Disassembling the two non-igniting burners revealed no obvious problems. The wires are intact, I cleaned the contacts. Ideas?
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Hi hgodoy2 - Is the electronic igniter aligned properly? Ensure that tip of spark igniter is aligned with metal point or "nib" located on underside of burner cap after the burner mounting screws have been tightened. (Not all burners having mounting screws). When the burner control knob is set to the "LITE" position do the igniters spark? Can gas be heard or smelled coming from the burners when the control number is turned on? However, if you smell gas, I highly recommend turning the unit and the gas off if you can reach it and contact your gas provider. The range itself does not have a switch or regulator to relight it. Keep in mind that it may be experiencing an issue with the spark module, electrodes, wiring or EOC.
either the gas valve for that particular burner isnt opening,or if all burners are like this then the dual valve that feeds the broiler and stovetop has a bad stove top side of valve portion its underneath the oven cavity behind the lower pan drawer
I'm dealing with this same problem. This cooktop has a dedicated simmer burner which is the only thing going on the lowest setting. This simmer burner seems to be how the igniter senses that it can stop. If it doesn't light, the igniter keeps clicking. Usually cleaning the burner will solve this. You may need to unscrew the nut holding the lower piece of the burner in place in order to clean it up. Good luck!
You're gas burner has an electronic ignition that you're hearing. Sometimes they can get gunked up and become sticky. If you have been using the stovetop regularly and this problem suddenly appeared, we can assume that the power grounding and polarity are correct. If this is all true, then an igniter or igniters are either wet or dirty. Unplug the electricity and thoroughly clean the burner pieces and specifically the igniters (little separate cylinder next to each burner) with a sponge or other non-abrasive dishrag and hot soapy water. Make sure all the burners and igniters are completley dry, plug unit back into electric outlet. If problem persists,call an authorized repair person as you may need 1 or more igniters replaced.
all burner igniters work at the same time - you may have a faulty electronic spark unit. change the spark unit. go to repair clinic dot come for the unit. also would be wise to check the ingniter start switch on the gas burner control knob