Question about DCS 24-24G-1 Gas Kitchen Range
Only one of the five burners has this problem and it started several weeks ago. the electrode igniter comes back "on" when the the burner is lowered to low and simmer and continues to click until it is turned higher. It disengages at the third dial mark above low.
i have cleaned the electrode as per the o&m manual and nothing changed.
also noticed that the gas flow from the burner when this is happening is lower on the side near the burner if that matters.
thanks in advance for any advice offered
This is not a solution but something to think about for troubleshooting.
On the DCS there are two ports that feed gas to the burner.
One for high flame and one for simmer.
On the DCS if the flame is snuffed out on simmer it will automatically reignite.
So if the igniter will not shut off while on simmer, the sensor is bad and is trying to reignite the burner.
Posted on Oct 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
They probably cleaned the stove and in replacing the parts of the burner switched the rings on top of the burner. This happened to me. While they look alike, the round rings, not the flat disks, have to be on the right burner in order for the electron spark to ignite the gas. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
This happens to mine if there is anything on any of the burners, such as food residue or moisture. Check all the burners to see that nothing is touching the burner area where the gas jets are. Even a little water can make this happen.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
This happened to my DCS when the Hot Wire Relay went out. It isn't an expensive part, but finding someone that knows what needs to be replaced, and then can replace it is hard. My oven also did the opposite and continued to heat without shutting off, and it was once again the hot wire relay.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Very likely the spark module. All four are supposed to click when one is turned on, however they are supposed to stop when the burner ignites. Replace the module and test. Good Luck, Appliance Specialists
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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