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Clicking sound comes from the gas burner comes from the spark module. To check this remove the burner knobs and then clean the ignition switches. Dry them by blowing air and then check. If still not working then you’ll need to get the ignition switch replaced. However, if the ignition switches (costs around $10-30) looks fine then there might be an issue with the spark module (would cost between $25 - $60).

Hope this helps you to resolve the issue.

Thanks
Daniel


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