Question about Cooktops
If the igniter is clicking on its own, and this happened right after cleaning the range cooktop, then that undoubtfully means that liquid had penetrated under the cooktop panel and now is causing a short on igniter contacts, wiring, or on igniter switch.
Try leaving the range unplugged for 24 hours, the problem should disappear. If it does not, then the cooktop panel must be removed to find out what happened in there, and you may have to replace wiring, igniter, or igniter switch.. In that case it will be helpful having the range model number (as on service tag).
y first unplugging the appliance for one day, keeping the range plugged to main after that liquid damage had occurred may cause more problems to the appliance.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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