The top oven is also a grill. When one turns on the gas the ignition automatically works. It appears to work but whilst the gas is alight for a considerable time and the grill is up to temperature the ignition is still clicking as it does when lighting up BUT there is no spark visibile as there is when the oven is lighting up
Sounds to me like the thermocouple has gone out, or is out of position. It should look like a metal tube with a couple of wires sticking out of one end, and the other end should be where the burner flame will hit it when it's lit. If you've got the DIY skills to do it, replacing it is probably the best bet. They're usually not too expensive unless you have an antique, and not too hard to replace with good diy skills.
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I assume outdoor gas grill? If so, turn on gas at tank. There should be a knob that has a lightening bolt or something similar representing ignition. Turn the knob to that diagram and click the igniter till it lights. If you don't have igniter use a long grill lighter. Once that is lit you can turn other knobs that control other rows of gas if so equiped.
Turn on the gas knob for the oven (below the grill) You will see an ignition button below the one that switches on the oven light,it is clearly marked. Press in and hold the gas knob and press ignite button,you will see the safety bar flame light,when the safe to operate temperature is reached,the oven will stay lit after you release the gas supply knob. Set oven temperate guage (gas mark 4 is approx electric 200 degrees,thats all there is too it Hope that helps firstname.lastname@example.org
if the grill is constant sparking when the oven was on and turns off when the oven is not in use then u either have a defective pcb/ht lead or electrode if it is self lighting or if you have to push in a button then this button or control will have a problem
THIS IS PROBABLY BEST LEFT TO A QUALIFIED ENGINEER. To reset the grill thermal cut out. This is located under the metal panel at the top of the unit and it is necessary to ether partially or fully remove the whole oven from its housing to get at it. 1. Disconnect electric supply. 2 remove the 2 housing retaining screws. These are located either side of the at the top of the grill cavity. 3.Pull the whole oven /grill unit out and support it underneath to stop it falling forward. 4. Remove metal cover covering top of oven. 5. the safety cut out is a small component that has 2 wires connected to it by spade terminals, in the middle of which is a small red button. push this button gently with the end of a pencil or screwdriver until it clicks. This should now be reset and allow the gas supply to the grill to resume. Finally reassemble making sure that the integrity of the gas and electrical supplies are, in no way compromised and test.
Egnition is a push button to a spark generator, If this is electric, the obvious answer would be turn off the electric. This should not affect the gas unless if is temp controled by electric. Usually the temp is set gy a gas regularor controlled with a knob and set before gas is ignited.