I am replacing my spark module. I saw your reply to another person stating the stove has to be removed and the glass removed to replace the module. After I replace the module can I plug it in to test the spark, without a gas connection, while the unit is sitting on my work bench. If I can do that I would be able to test the switch burners at the same time.
ANSWER Hello Pete,
You are correct that the unit has to be pulled to remove the main top and access the spark module. You can test these with no gas to the unit. Also, you should label the ignitor wires to prevent cross-wiring. Cross-wiring a gas cooktop can be extremely dangerous.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Thursday, March 14, 2013