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Continuous clicking noise on Frigidare model glgf366abd range from control panel area. Control panel does not show anything. only burners work, nothing else. noise goes away when unplugged

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  • dobergefell Nov 13, 2009

    is the EOC board the display board? why not just replace it?

  • dobergefell Nov 13, 2009

    should i just replace the board that has the controls on it? Is this the EOC board?

  • dobergefell Nov 13, 2009

    clicking noise is definitely coming from timer panel which is manf by spitfire. I have it apart. So I should probably just replace the timer panel?


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If the clicking noise is coming from inside the oven cavity, near to the gas valve, then the noise is coming from the igniter: PS470129 part 19 on diag 2.

In that case check that igniter is not grounded and that there is no contact on wiring harness.
The igniter can be tested in a rudimental way disconnecting one of the igniter contacts at time on ERC (timer) side.
If the igniter keeps sparking, then there is a contact, ERC board is good, and problem is igniter or wiring harness.
A proper test must be done by a tech, reading volts on ERC. Tests with hot power are not suitable for the user. Always disconnect power when working on the appliance.

If the ignitor is not the problem, then the fault is usually the Continuous clicking noise on Frigidare model - _.gifTimer control : PS977488 (part 20 on diag 1).

Before replacing ERC (timer), check that the noise is not coming from a stuck button on control panel.
Test summarily the ERC, looking for blown parts etc. If you can repair electronics you can grab the multimeter and test the part at component level.
Try disconnecting the igniter from ERC, and reattach power to see if you still get the click.

If a clicking noise is coming from timer board, then the timer board must be replaced.
The clicking noise is more often coming from igniter, check the igniter first.

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    Ginko Nov 13, 2009

    If clicking noise is from timer panel, check connectors just in case, and then replace thi timer (


    that is what a technician onsite will probably do.

    At a workshop they will test the panel a bit more before replacing. thisis done reading voltages and having a look at components.

    If noise is from panel, then replace the panel.



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Sounds like you have an electrical short around the control panel or EOC. It could be somethinga s simple as aloose wire or the EOC may need replacing. You are best to call in a service engineer ASAP.

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  • Karl Wright
    Karl Wright Nov 13, 2009

    Yes I would replace the control panel.

  • Karl Wright
    Karl Wright Nov 13, 2009

    Repalce the Timer Panel.


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