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Thermador SGS304 Ignitor does not spark

I have one burner on which the ignitor does not spark. I connected the same ignitor to another burner and I got a spark. I also used a meter to see if electricity was coming from the wire and the meter indicated that the wire was delivering power. What might be the problem? Any information is greatly appreciated.

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Hey Frust1
check that the particular burner is properly "grounded" see that no "dirt" is between burner and frame. Also ensure that the insulation on the wire from the igniter unit to the probe at the burner is not damaged.

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Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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