Question about Viking Kitchen Ranges
The ignition module has a feature where if there is no flame it will continue try it re-ignite by sparking. If there is flame then it will shut off. Try using a mild abrasive cloth or sand paper to gently clean the contact points between the igniters and burners, A green scratch pad (scotch-brite)works great for this.
If the metal is clean and the problem still persists please have a tech verify the problem as you may need a new ignition module.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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