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MY STOVE IS CLICKING EVERY SECOND. IT JUST STARTED DOING IT. IT IS A GAS STOVETOP AND ELECTRIC OVEN. I TURNED OFF THE BREAKER AND THE CLICKING STOPPED. I PUT IT BACK ON AND IT RETURNED. THANKS

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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. on some models these switches are individually replaceable, others, the switch is an assembly of all four.

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