3 BURNER IGNITION
Cooktop Spark Ignition—When you turn
the cooktop knob to LITE, the spark igniter makes a
series of electric sparks (ticking sounds) which light
the burner. During a power failure, the burners will
not light automatically. In an emergency, a cooktop
burner may be lit with a match by following the
On models so equipped, check to be sure the
cooktop is in the UNLOCKED position.
Light a match and hold the flame near the
burner you want to light. Wooden matches
Push in and turn the control knob slowly. Be
sure you are turning the correct knob for the
burner you are lighting.
NOTE: If the burner does not light within five seconds,
turn the knob off and wait one minute before trying
4 THE BURNER FLAMES
Turn each burner on. Flames should be blue in color
with no trace of yellow. The burner flames should
not flutter or blow away from the burner. The flame
should be no less than 1/4" on the lowest setting
and no greater than 1-1/2" on highest setting.
If you attempt to measure the
flame, please use caution. Burns could result.
Burners should be checked frequently
5 BURNER GRATES
The three cooktop grates are designed for specific
positions. For maximum stability, these grates
should only be used in their proper position with
the edges positioned on top of the black bumpers