I am concerned about the answer to my last question. You used the word ignitor and how dangerous it is to cross-wire on a gas stove. I replaced the spark module and the instructions say "input" either terminal can be used for line or neutral and the "output" terminals can be wired in any order . I also replaced one switch burner, the last in line with only two wires. So what cross-wire problem are you referring to.
ANSWER Hello Pete,
I looked up the wiring configuration for your unit and this is not a consideration on this model. There have been models produced with what they referred to as a re-ignition module. These units would spark the burner that the flame had gone out on, so they are the ones that must be wired specifically to the burner ignitor in question. That is why some older models had different color wires for each surface burner. I apologize for any inconvenience and concern this may have caused you. The model you have can be wired in any configuration so you have nothing to worry about.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, March 15, 2013