Question about Kitchen Ranges
We are having the same issue with our stovetop. How did you correct yours? Did you have to hire someone? We had to shut the power off to stop the clicking also, but don't want to pay to have someone come tell us that it just needs to dry out.
Can you help?
We just let it dry out for 48 hours and then plugged it back in, it works fine now and we haven't had any problems with it since then (about a month ago). Hope this solves your problem too, it's a bummer to have to pay someone when you can just fix it yourself!
good luck, Tish
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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