Learning the unknown enemy:
I'm new to viking ranges, but found a 15 year old one on craigslist for 500 dollars so I decided to give it a shot for myself for once. Anyway, gas lines are being put in at my place next month, but I have the range sitting around. If I give it juice, is there a way to test range functions without gas? Continuity is an obvious and easy test that I will do, and testing the range top burners for spark will be a no-brainer without gas, but manual says the bake/broil control goes into lockout if its flame sensor doesn't pick anything up for 10 seconds, so I wouldnt be able to check igniter amperage without really fast hands (and definitely not at full current within only 10 seconds). Any tips on this?