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The ignition spark for my gas stove won't stop flicking....

All of the burners on my General Electric stove are off, but the left burner remains in the lite mode. It continues to make the sound it makes before the burner lights. How can I make it stop

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  • shenjp Apr 24, 2009

    My Chef range had same problem several times before. I used to burn it for a few hours, then the problem gone. I might try to get the switch fixed next time if it happens again. Shen

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On the shaft of the burner control they mount a small $5 switch. It is fairly simple to replace.

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