7 year old ge monogram mod#zgu385nsmss gas stove top with no spark ignition. I checked voltage leaving transformer. Supposed to be 12 volts and 240 volts.Got No reading. Replaced transformer and before I could turn a gas knob and test ignition i smelled something. transformer was extremely hot and is dead again. I was then told by young kid who lives in house who didnt tell anybody that he was boiling water and spilled water on front left burner while it was sparking. What confuses me is that the new transformer burned out when i wasnt even calling for spark. If the igniter module is failed and shorting, isnt it receiving no voltage until one of the gas knobs is turned? I then disconnected incoming harness at igniter module and got full continuity from all but one of the burner spark ignition switches when turned. Non seem to be switching prematurely. is replacing the transformer and igniter module going to solve this or is it shorting before the module? There is one more harness connection that goes to 5 little indicator lights that illuminate the knobs. appreciate any input on this.
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