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I have a Wolf stovetop. When I turn the gas on for one burner, the other three start a clicking noise like they are trying to ignite too. How do I solve this?

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  • cranork Apr 24, 2009

    Okay, surely I am not going to pay $10. for you to tell me to call someone else. I called them and they told me to call an appliance company to come and look at it and fix it. Please refund my cc or don't charge me. Thanks

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On a gas stovetop - ALL igniters spark - and the only one that actually lights is the one you have selected by turning the knob.

If they all are sparking, your oven is working normally.

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Hi,

Wolf has very good maintainance support over the phone, i would suggest you calling them up as this has something to do with the security of you & your kitchen.

Call them up on : 800.332.9513

http://www.wolfappliance.com/constantcare/contactus.aspx

Thanks

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