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Creda gas cook top sparks but does not light

All other burners work welland good

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  • melamed1 Jan 13, 2009

    left front burner sparks but doesn't light

  • melamed1 Jan 13, 2009

    creda gas 5 burner cook top front left burner sparks but does not light

  • melamed1 Jan 13, 2009

    Creda model # ggh 182 no. 42407

    serial # 11 100137

    left front burner sparks but does not light.

    all other burners work well.

  • Hugh Person Apr 25, 2009

    I have a Creda GGH102 gas stovetop with electric gizmos that spark - and click - but rarely do what they are supposed to do an light the stove!

    I have cleaned the holes in the circular covers and the little sparking metal doodads to no avail. (Cleaning the holes makes the stove burn better when I finally break down and start i - with a match!)


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I have a Creda GGH102 gas cooktop that once power is supplied to it, it will not stop clicking.

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