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Turn the refrigerator off and remove the wire between the electrode and igniter. Now turn the refrigerator to the gas mode. If no internal clicking sound is heard the igniter is defective. It is important to remove the high voltage wire that goes to the electrode from the igniter when you are checking the igniter for operation. The high voltage wire and the electrode can be shorted to ground causing the igniter reigniter to think that the flame is lit, resulting in no spark on gas operation.
THESE USE SUCH A SMALL AMOUNT OF GAS ITS CRAZY... I REMEMBER STARTING MINE, MY FINGERS WOULD HURT SO BAD AFTER WAITING FOR IT TO GET GOOD FRESH GAS UPTO THE PILOT LIGHT TO STAY LIT.. THE ONLY THING YOU CAN DO IS BLEED THE LINE OF AIR AT THE FRIDGE. OR SIT THERE FOR ABOUT 10 MINUTES HOLDING THE START BUTTON.. YOU WILL SEE THE FLAME TURN FOM A KINDA WHITE TO THAT BRIGHT BLUE COLOR . THAT IT ! THAN IT WILL STAY LIT .. IF NOT THAN YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE THE BULB IS IN THE FLAMES PATH. I HOPE THIS WORKS FOR YA.. CUZ PARTS CAN BE KINDA HARD TO FIND, AND THERE NOT FUN TO WORK ON .. JAY THE POOL PUMP MOTOR REPAIR GUY IN LONGWOOD FLORIDA
Clean/repair your dryer vent. The flame when it exits the funnel should not touch or just barely touch the funnel end. This indicates good airflow. A good test for the clogged/damaged vent is to disconnect the vent hose from the dryer and run it as is. If the flame stays - clean vent. If not - clean air path inside the dryer
If it doesn't click or the light doesn't flicker it is probably either you don't have good strong 12 volt power getting to the fridge(12 volt required only to light on gas the first time) or else the little gas igniter module went out looks like this only sometimes black.
Now if it won't stay lit. It is something wrong with either your flame or your thermocouple. First try just blowing out the the flu right where the flame comes out blow compressed air in so if there is dirt or cobweb in there it comes out the back side. If that doesn't help disconnect your thermocouple and wipe the end and then connect it back up and tighten it. If it still wont stay lit still replace the thermocouple.