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The electronic ignition on the Damani oven model DGC64A continually keeps clicking as though the ignition button is being continually being pressed which is not the case.

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And it will eventually die from that since they are not designed to withstand prolonged operation.
Pull the knobs off to see if the cam operated switches can be seen.
If so, then operate them with an insulated stick (skewer, for example) to see which one is not opening as it should.
Ranges are by their nature grease and dust collectors in places you can't reach well.
If you don't have time to mess with it now, pull the plug to avoid killing the ignition transformer.

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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Hi.

The igniters are all controlled by a main hub switch located under the cooktop panel.

Replace the sparking igniters module to fix the sticky igniters problem.

Regards.

Ginko.

Posted on Mar 03, 2010

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I'm sorry; the model # you have provided is not accepting in any of the DAMANI websites. Could you please confirm the model # so that I can assist you better? Thank you.

Posted on Jun 29, 2011

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There is a safety device built into gas outlets to prevent the gas from running if it fails to ignite. It works by heat. If a valve is not heated enough then the main valve will not remain open. That's why many gas appliances ask you to leave a second valve open for as much as 30 seconds after igniting. These valves are highly reliable. It sounds like your appliance may not be warm enough. Try to run it on high for 5-10 seconds before you turn it down. To access the valves; pull all the knobs straight off first then try to remove the facing by the screws. A make & model would be helpful since there are many different configurations.

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