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How does the igniter on a gas stove work?

The power for the igniter on a gas burner comes from a 120-volt household circuit. When you turn on the stove, you complete the spark circuit, which creates a voltage in the range of 15,000 volts by spurring aCapacitor at the spark terminal.

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