We have had our Wolf oven for about 8 years now and it just recently started having problems with each burners electrical starters clicking non-stop upon any one of them lighting (or trying to light). Even after all are lit, the little electrical pulse on several of them continues to fire and click driving us nuts, needless to say!
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Pull the oven towards you, disconnect any electrical cord from the wall. Normally the fuse is located right next where the electrical cord enter in the back of the stove. If there is any panel right on top of where the electrical cords connects to the oven, simple removed that cover and there should be a fuse. If not, removed the rear panel where the electronic control panel is. Hope you can find it!
I suspect this may have been happening for quite some time and you may never have noticed it. MANY ovens vent near one of the stove eyes. If you lift the cooktop for 'servicing', I bet you see the little vent. It is usually in the back right underneath the cooking surface. Check to make sure it is not blocked, clogged or has rusted out/off.
Open the oven door and take the bottom panel off. you will be able to see it the hot surface ignitor starts to glow or not. Now turn the oven on and see if the hot surface gets red hot it not that is the problem. Should be able to get the part at a heating and air parts house or a appliance parts house. let me know what you find out. ken
This sounds like you have a flame switch getting ready to go out. The reason you are hearing the ticking noise is that after the ignition is satisfied the flame switch is not detecting and sending a signal to continue to try for ignition.
Unfortunately, it's too late. The tin foil has melted into the panel and can't be removed. You should never place anything on the bottom of a stove that has a hidden element. You WILL damage the panel. The only option you have is to replace the panel or the entire oven liner...