Customer reports that unit start "sparking" all by it's self at varying times of the day and night but very intermitantly otherwise when being used works fine. Turing power to unit OFF then ON again solves the problem---untill the next time. Both potentiometers have been replaced and no spark switches are "shorted". It must be either the Control Module or the Spark Module--but which one? If I try what you suggest and that does not solve the problem can I return the part? Thanks, Mark
ANSWER Hello Mark. Check and make sure there is no moisture in the unit. If there is moisture there, it will cause the unit to spark like that. If there is no moisture there, you will need to replace the control unit 00645446 on the unit. Also, make sure none of the switches are bad on the unit or have any moisture in them.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, May 07, 2012