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Thermador burners keep sparking after lit #950169
01/04/19 06:42 PM
01/04/19 06:42 PM
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TAF0906 Offline OP
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Hi all! Happy New Year and hope everyone is well!

We have a Thermador gas range model PG304BS/07. The oven recently stopped working and we fixed that with a new ignition control board. We were hoping that might fix our other issue too. Nope.

The remaining problem is that the two burners on the right (regular output, not the X-Lo side) will continue to spark, spark, spark, even after lit.

We've tried cleaning them, but that doesn't always work, or if it does, it only lasts for a short period of time.
Elsewhere online suggests that they aren't grounded. They ARE.

Any thoughts on what other crazyexpensive part we can replace to make the spark, spark, spark stop before we lose our sanity? Thanks for reading!

Tara

Re: Thermador burners keep sparking after lit [Re: TAF0906] #950195
01/05/19 03:46 AM
01/05/19 03:46 AM
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Hi,

I know very little about Thermador.

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will continue to spark, spark, spark, even after lit.


Things we have seen, bad spark module, reverse polarity on the power, burner caps not in place correctly, bad electrodes, dirty electrodes.....sorry can't help more.

jeff.

Re: Thermador burners keep sparking after lit [Re: TAF0906] #950303
01/07/19 05:09 PM
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Thanks!


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