Question about Ovens
If it is clicking while a pilot is present, the sensor or ignitor box is not sensing the flame. If it stops clicking as soon as a pilot is present, the spark may not be hot enough to ignite the gas or the gas may be slightly low on it's flow amount. don't over look the obvious, such as the oven being exposed to drafts which blows out the flame.
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Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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