I HAVE A GARLAND 6 BURNER ELECTRONIC IGNITION COMMERCIAL RANGE. MODEL # R283IR SERIAL NO # 350862 . WE ARE A LARGE PROPANE COMPANY ON THE EAST END OF LONG ISLAND NEW YORK. WE DO MANY REPAIRS ON ALL GAS APPLIANCES. I NEED A WIRING DIAGRAM OR MANUAL ON THIS SPECIFIC RANGE. WE INSTALLED A NEW IGNITION MODULE. THE STOVE WILL NTO STOP SPARKING AFTER LIT. I THINK THE WIRING IS NOT CORRECT AND NEED THE CORRECT WIRING SCHEMATIC. THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.
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Thrasher, Sorry I cant help with the diagram but one of your burner switches is grounding out. Each burner valve has a switch and one of them is finding it's way to ground, therefor the contstant clicking. Good luck on this deal...Catriver..post back.
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Most stove tops are removable for that very purpose.... after you remove the burners and the grills above the burners.... look for an edge and inch or inch and a half below the top... get something strong like a large screwdriver and place cloth over the tip to prevent scratching the stove top. there are VERY STRONG CLIPS holding the stove top to the stove, pry upward until the clips release. then slowly remove the spark igniter (TAKE A PICTURE WITH YOUR CELL TO REMEMBER HOW PUT BACK TOGETHER)
older ovens have pilots but the newer machines are electronic ignition,there are ignitors in the oven and electrodes or ignitors on the top burners,when you turn the knob for the burner you should hear a clicking sound and see a spark around the burner,that's what lites the burner,the gas comes in and the spark ignites it,i don't know much about your machine but it can't be any different from other stoves.if none are sparking there should be a spark module in there or they could have separate modules,if you send the full model number i can look it up for you
The pilots for the range top are beneath the top of the range top. YOu will see them if they are there. YOu stove may use electronic ignition and you can hear the sparking when you turn the knob to the "light" position.
If it is electronic ignition, make sure the stove is plugged into an operating outlet
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