Question about Wolf Manufacturing Gas Kitchen Range
I have a wolf indoor range top and the grill won't stop ticking
I had a problem like that make sure the outlet is grounded that solved my fix
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
I have seen the burner get dirty right underneath the ignitor so it doesn't sense the flame. When it doesn't sense the flame it is thinking that the gas is running with out a fire, so it keeps clicking.(This is a safety feature) If the burner is dirty you may need to replace it. Or the ignitor may need replacing, or sometimes it can be pushed closer to the flame.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
See if the thermal bulb is in the flame, if not gently bend the bulb so that it is in the flame if that does not solve the problem you will have to replace the bulb to the igniter.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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