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Viking clicking does not stop

A burner on a Viking range keeps clicking even afeter it lights. I repalced the spark module but the problem persists. Help

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Re: Viking clicking does not stop

Hi is the clicking noise coming from the actuall rings itself or from within the cooker unit itself let me know ok

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Re: Viking clicking does not stop

If you're using a gas heater you may be low on fuel, if it is electric I would contact the sellers

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