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Baseboard heater problem

I get a loud clicking noise when the baseboard heater cuts in. Why?

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Sounds like you have spark ignition, and possibly your spark ignitor module is going bad and needs to be replace, could also be your thermopile or thermocouple going bad. If you open the door you will be able to see what is going on. If you see spark and it looks like it is pretty strong, then I would make sure everything else looks ok

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