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check the operators manual or with a servicing agent
being gas it may require the clicking to reignite the gas when the temp starts to cycle or there may be a problem in the control system for the gas operation
I have a delongi oven and hob hob is working fine but the oven isnot im turning the nob on the front of the oven and ignition on lighting is fine after I release the knob on the front the supply turns striaght off no flame no gas nothing
If there is a smell of gas PLEASE STOP USING IT you risk fire or explosion or both. Please get a registered Gas-fitter to look at this. If you can Turn OFF the Gas at the Wall/Outlet. Until it can be looked at. If you smell gas it is very dangerous.
I would have this properly diagnosed by a gas technician. But I would have to guess it may be a problem with your spark module. It is a plastic and insulation type housing that carries the current to the burner heads to ignite the gas. When faulty it can cause this effect. Hope this helps
Thanks for using FIxYa.The igniter doesn't stop clicking due
to a short inside the igniter circuit or due to moisture present on the
ignition switch.Turn off the gas supply immediately and also unplug it from the
mains power. Now take a blower or your hair dryer and blow hot air over the igniter. Also check for the following troubleshooting steps---
1)The gap between
the igniter and the burner base is too large. *Should be approximately the
thickness of two dimes.
2)Soiled igniter or
The above can be tested by switching the suspected burner
with a known operating burner.
connections at the igniter, the grounding strap, or spark module.
4)Broken or pinched
igniter wire between the burner and module.
Both of the above are physical inspections under the main
5)The module may
have a week coil, which is not providing sufficient voltage to ignite the gas.
Even after performing these steps the igniter doesn't stop clicking then you need to replace the spark module.
Please do rate the solution and revert for further assistance.
The spark ignition coil is failing. As this is an oven, it can be dangerous not to have a strong ignition spark. A gas buildup in the oven could cause an explosion.
You should replace the spark generator coil which is located at the back of the oven and is usually orange/black or blue in color. Ariston usually use ITW Ispracontrols ignition coils.