I’m trying to understand what your warning about the electronic ignition melting really means and how that effects how to use the burner during cooking.
1) Does your electronic ignition actually run on batteries and it has an on/off switch that can be left in the on position? In it does have a switch that can be left in the on position then you are warning about the constant cycling of the ignition spark will melt the wires so the switch has to be turned off immediately after the pilot is lit? Is this the condition you are warning about?
2) Or do you mean your electronic ignition is actually a manual strike piezo electric ignitor and that the PILOT LIGHT cannot stay on after the main burner is lit or the wires will melt? So what you actually mean is that the Pilot Light has to be turned off after the main burner is lit or the wires will met? Is this the case?
3) If 2) is the case does that mean I have to re-light the pilot every time I turn the main burner off during a cooking session?
4 If I order the manual version I can leave the pilot light running and only have to light it with a match once per cooking session. Is that a correct statement? Best regards,
Very good questions. Your 2), 3) and 4) are true.
Thank you for your quick reply and for providing the detailed operational information and cautions on your new product design. This is very helpful. There are many design improvements so I see you are continuously upgrading your product and offerings.