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Oven Clicking Noise

I have not used my oven in a week and as I am cleaning my kitchen, a continous clicking noise began similar to how it would click as I am about to turn on the burner except in this case the clicking noise will not stop. Would could be causing this? Please help! Thank you.

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  • onemulligan Dec 22, 2007

    When I turn on one of the burners on my range top it continues to make a clicking noise while the flame is on. How can I fix this.

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Sounds like you've got the igniter button stuck IN. If so it will probably carry on clicking until the battery runs down.
The battery might be behind the bottom drawer. If you take the battery out and the clicking stops then the striker button is probably glued up with something. Just clean it.

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SOURCE: clicking noise on gas oven

when you were cleaning the cooktop did you remove the knobs and spray ,did any liquid fall were the knobs was taken out from. if yes you wet the burner switches it should dry in a day or so depending on what you used to clean it with to speed up the process remove the knobs unplug cooktop if possible and wipe the switch area if this doesnt help take a blow dryer and dry them that way or try good old fashion wd40 it repels water ,spray each one till yu find the culprit it will stop right away.

Posted on Jan 04, 2008

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