Question about Garland H283 Gas Kitchen Range
Ignition problems are always caused by electrical issues. The igniter is always powered by the the electrical current which flows into the unit. Most units after cleaning either by self clean cycles or manual cleaning most often come up with ignition problems. All you need is an expert to help you take a look at the unit and most likely clean the ignition lines this will stop the malfunction. Although if the continuous sound of the ignition worries you after the unit comes on you can simply unplug the unit from its power source and the continuous clicking will stop. You can use this method pending when you get an expert to fix the unit.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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