Question about Jenn-Air 36 in. CCG2523 Gas Cooktop
My Teka gas oven keeps clicking. I tried using a hair dryer in case it was water but it hasnt worked. All 4 rings constatly click and spark until the cooker is turned off at the wall.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Smeg SE64 Gas cook top
problem with hob is probably water ingress in area of ignition unit - will probably cure itself oven is a completely separate unit from hob. problem with it is that you have to re-set the clock - you have it on automatic. after power outage, oven clock always has to be reset
Posted on Apr 04, 2007
SOURCE: clicking noise on gas oven
when you were cleaning the cooktop did you remove the knobs and spray ,did any liquid fall were the knobs was taken out from. if yes you wet the burner switches it should dry in a day or so depending on what you used to clean it with to speed up the process remove the knobs unplug cooktop if possible and wipe the switch area if this doesnt help take a blow dryer and dry them that way or try good old fashion wd40 it repels water ,spray each one till yu find the culprit it will stop right away.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
SOURCE: Oven Clicking Noise
Sounds like you've got the igniter button stuck IN. If so it will probably carry on clicking until the battery runs down.
The battery might be behind the bottom drawer. If you take the battery out and the clicking stops then the striker button is probably glued up with something. Just clean it.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
01/26/09 My wife decided to give our Jenn-Air a good cleaning. With lot's of soapy warm water she pulled the knobs off and washed under each of them not realizing excess water was now running down the inside of each control knob shaft. The igniter immediately began clicking away as it was being shorted by the conductance of the water now inside of the switch. I had to remove the cover (2-screws) to access the control switches but that is all I needed to do do in order to have clear access. Using her hair dryer it took about 5 minutes of warm air blowing down each of the shafts until the water evaporated and the clicking stopped. Wahla. The old Jenn-Air is back to working order again.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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This problem is due to a short to wires contact on the igniter sometimes this happens after a cleaning of the cook top with water so in this case you just use hair dryer and dry out the ingniter.
Other possible reasons are over heating of the ingniter contact so you have to remove it and clean wire contacts.
Finally the igniter contacts are melt together or sometimes full of burned oil and they need to be replaced. Inginter is not expensive part.
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