Question about Kitchen Ranges
Each burner control knob has a built-in switch that controls the igniter. It appears the front right burner switch in the knob is possibly defective. They are replaceable but it requires dis-assembly of the range front. Are all the igniters in a sequence? Have you tried turning the front right burner on while another burner has the igniter on. This may let you ignite the burner automatically. When you have another burner igniter clicking try turning on that burner. If the range has rectification igniters that will not work.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
Testimonial: "exactly what i found, and it works just like you said. the perfect solution. another way is that i just have to turn that knob hard at the end & works"
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