When burner is turned on, the "ticking" noise never stops!!!
Don't know what my model number is, but the ticking is driving me nuts!! HAve to unplug from the electrical outlet so ticking stops. I use matches to lite the burners, but when I have to use the oven, have to plug in electrical outlet again and go nuts with the "ticking".... Please help or do I need a new oven? I've never had any oven do this before...
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Re: when burner is turned on, the "ticking" noise never...
You got water/liquid in the control switch,most the time you have to
replace the switch,and most cook tops require the whole string of them
be changed at once.That is all the switches are tied into /pre wired
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metal expands when it is heated. There is a chance that replacing the burner would stop the noise till the standoff wears out again. Also the burner wells have inserts that the burner standoffs rest on. Replacing those might help. There is no danger present.
what that clicking is , is the ignitor trying to light the burner, its electronic, and if it continues it will eventually burn out, more than likely what happened is that moisture from cleaning got into the knob and control for that specific burner, and needs to dry out before it burns out, , you can try turning that one burner on and off a few times o see if that shuts it down, if it doesn't,, unplug the unit, and wait until it dries out on its own
Based on your description,I`d suggestthe hot surface ignitor for the bake burner is likely the problem. Here's what you can try to verify if it's indeed the ignitor...if you're mechanically inclined.
It'll look like this...
** FIRST unplug the range and turn off the gas to the appliance before attempting any service...safety first**
since your boiler has the same ignitor( some do some don't, only a model number would confirm or dismiss this...thankfully you provided yours ) one could swap the ignitor`s ( very carefully, they are very fragile and don`t like to be handled ) this will allow you to use the bake burner, but it will leave you without the broil function...until you can purchase another.
This will confirm or dismiss if the ignitor is at fault...99% of the time this is the case. You can also ohm it out to test it as follows...
You should be able to find one at most brick & mortar appliance parts vendors or on-line depot's such as "repairclinic.com", "searspartsdirect.com" to name a couple.
You can ask for part number based on the model number for the bake & broil ignitor.
I would still double check with your model number with the part`s professional`s.
Hope that help`s. It is very unlikely to be the control panel/timer contrary to what your repairman has said...in my opinion. Let me know if I can assist you further and good luck.
Thank`s for visiting "fixya" for your repair needs.
You need to give more detail---- brand. model, age, gas or electric, speed or repetitiveness of the sound; is it a click or a tick sound ? I will assume it is gas. Is the sound the same as when you start a top burner and you hear the tick as it is lighting? Or, is it a click the is slower and you hear it from somewhere inside the oven ? It could be the metal body expanding as the outer parts of the oven get hotter with long hour usage. I n the is case, there is nothing to do or to worry about. Does the sound stop when you turn off the oven or does it continue for a while. Naybe you can resubmit with better info to get a more precise diagnosis. Wait to hear from you, Macgivor.
The ticking sound you hear is the electronic ignition which is located by each burner. When you turn a burner on the electronic ignition creates a spark which ignites the gas. Once the burner is ignited. turn the knob a bit further and the ticking will stop.
my gas stove top burner will not ingnite when I turn on the gas.
I have gas supply to the house, the gas stove top makes the tick tick noise when you
turn one of the burners on, but no flame, even if you try using a match.
What all can I checK?
Under each gas control is a switch that will turn on the spark module when rotated to the light position. One or more of these switches has failed. Some models these switches are individually replaceable, others the switch is an assembly of all four.
I took the top of range apart to see if I could unplug the buzzer. Wasn't sure which wire it was so I just unplugged the bottom four wires one at a time.....don't really know what it did but it stopped buzzing and all the wires are plugged back in. Only thing I can think of it must have re-set something cause it works fine now
yep open the oven door unplug the range remove the racks on the bottom liner should be some screws remove them then take the liner up and out if there is a flame spreadder on the burner tube remove it at the back of the burner bar should be the ignighter most new ones are generic you just cut the wires on the old one and splice the new one on with cerramic wire nuts make sure the wires are away from the burner bar reverse dissambily turn oven on should light within 30 secs if ya pluggedit back in