Question about Vulcan 36LC Gas Kitchen Range
Your hearing the clicking sound as the module selay attempts to send the spark shich more then likely its doing just it isnt getting there. locate the ignitor in the oven (same ones you cleaned and tightened) yo will notice a wire connecting to it (or a few :p), trace them cack to the main module. just follow the wires as the run back to the module in the back. now see whee those wires connect on the module board, clip them peal them ,reolder them back in that same place.
If that fails the only possible other cause is the module board, you will need to replace it.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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