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Re: Ignitor will not stop sparking on AEG Electrolux...
Gud day,try to clean the bottom of knob control by removing of knob then clean if by using a vacciumm,if u want to use manually ur cooktop unplug the unit to stop the cliking,then use macthes every time to on the gas cooktop.
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Looks like you may have a bad ignitor. Try adjusting the arc gap. Sometimes of the ignitor is too close to the burner, the ignitor will not spark. It may also be that te burner is dirty and needs a little cleaning to allow for the electric ignitor spark to arc accross, thus producing ignition. Good luck.
if the hob is turning the pots black the cooker needs a good cleaning they have air ports in the burner assembly they could be blocked or the incoming gas preasure to too high and needs to be checked by a gas engineer
Will most probably be a problem with your ignition box. If you want to test this try taking off the hob by undoing the screws under the burners, be very careful with these however as it is very easy to strip the thread on them, once you have the hob off try unplugging the ignitor that keeps sparking and swapping where its plugged into the ignition box with another ignitor. These ignitor can be plugged into any plug in the box so no worries there. If the ignitor keeps sparkings in another hole its the ignitor. If the new ignitor sparks its the ignition box. It will most probably be the ignition box. Is a common fault
problem with hob is probably water ingress in area of ignition unit - will probably cure itself
oven is a completely separate unit from hob. problem with it is that you have to re-set the clock - you have it on automatic. after power outage, oven clock always has to be reset