Question about Kitchen Ranges
Each burner has a switch and all are wired into one big happy family. Every now and then a pot will boil over and liquid will get into one of these switches. Sometimes aftera day or 2 the switch will dry out and the problem will go away. To see which one is bad you would have to access them and disconnect one at a time till the ticking noise stops. Then replace that switch.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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