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Blue Sparks Near the Stove Eye Plug When Turned On?

When I turn on my stove eye, blue sparks can be seen at the plug where the eye connects. Is this dangerous or is the stove eye about to burn out?

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By Debra

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July 21, 20110 found this helpful

Any time you see sparks when using an electrical apppliance, you run the risk of fire. You need to call an appliance repairman or an electrician to check out the problem. It sounds like you may have a short in the plug. In any case, do not use that eye until you have it checked.

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