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Back Left Burner clicks

Have a Jenn-Air JGS88850ADS , back left burner click when the flame is set on low. All other bruners work fine. How can I correct this problem

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Hi!

Please use a blower or hair dryer and blow out any moisture on the back burner knob. This happens when moisture enters the knob area. Moisture shorts the connections and thus, its clicking continuosly.
Also, check for the electrical connections.

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Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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