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This is not to code. The white is neutral and is of the same polarity as a bare wire. The red and the black are considered hot and would be 220.

GE Cooktops | Answered on Apr 07, 2017


Try pushing it in and turn, if no sucess replace switch turn off gas first.

GE Cooktops | Answered on Jan 25, 2017


Mike, do the flames look to be normal size once they do light or are they very small? You may have a bad regulator. The regulator is used to lower the incoming pressure to a safe level to prevent excessive flame size. It sounds as though the regulator is not working properly. However, if the flames are small or uneven levels, check the orifices directly below the caps or on the burner valves for any obstruction such as spillage or cleaner residues. You can replace the regulator with any brand that has a 1/2" in/out pipe thread. Most are available at a large hardware store.

GE Cooktops | Answered on Mar 08, 2016

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