Question about Dacor Preference SGM365SS Gas Cooktop
The flame sensors are not picking up the signal that the flame is present.
Posted on May 28, 2009
It sounds more like the thermocouple is not registering the flame. The thermocouple is a small tube-like device that changes resistance based on the heat of the flame. If the thermocouple doesn't "register" the heat, then the ignitor circuit doesn't know when to shut off (it doesn't know when the gas has actually been lit, the clicking sound is the ignitor continuing to try to light the burner). I'd look into replacing either the thermocouple itself or (unfortunately) the controller board. I say unfortunately because I had to get mine replaced on my Thermador 36" range that cost over $250 just for the part...! Good luck!!
Posted on May 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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