Wolf 5 Burner Igniter Keeps Firing


Old 04-24-07, 01:19 PM
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Wolf 5 Burner Igniter Keeps Firing

The 2 larger burnes will ignite but the then it just keeps sparking. A large kettle of water boiled over last week and I think alot of water ran down inside the burners. I have cleaned and dryed everthing as best I can but those 2 igniters keep firing away. Does anyone have any ideas?
p.s. The other 3 burners work just fine.
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Old 04-25-07, 06:12 AM
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Hello steven15516 and Welcome to the Gas Appliances topic.

Unplug the appliance or turn off the electrical power to it. Then use a hair dryer to dry out the wires to the effected sparker's. Do like wise to the switches on the burner valves. Chances are there is still water and or moisture on or it them.

Be sure the burner flames impinge the sparker's. Flames must be coming out the burner holes or slots and be in contact with the sparker's or they will not stop the sparking.

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Old 05-03-07, 12:40 PM
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OK Everything is back to normal. I disassembled the two gas jets and then used a blow dryer in them. Im sure it was the excess water that caused the original problem. Thanks for the great advice. I figure I saved myself $150-$175. Thanks Again.

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