Question about Cooktops
I think a bit of cooking oil or water has short circuited my ignition switch on my gas hob, it keeps on clicking/sparking. Can anyone suggest a way to fix or stop this?
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Take the knob off, them remove the cover that housed the switches, OK, Now, Look at the switch that is continiusly clicking and it will have two wires goin onto it, remove these wires and just lift the sending unit, and inspect it for water, grease etc ect....clean and dry and put back on and try again it should work, if it does not work, then just get a replacement one, they are not expensive, I just replaced two on my Jenn-Air myself and it cost me $25.00.
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Posted on Jun 26, 2008
Hob ignition keeps clicking and oven clock does not reset
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