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Most ignition-related issues are because the burner head gets clogged after cleaning or after spillovers. If the cooktop or burners were recently cleaned, there could be moisture in the burner head ignition port (hole) and flame ports.

Cooktops | Answered on May 13, 2017

If the noise is emitting from the element the most likely cause is a bad connection where the element plugs into the receptacle. You are likely hearing the voltage/current sparking/arcing between the terminals of the heating element and the prongs inside the element receptacle. When this happen it will require replacing the receptacle and the element because it will burn off the contact points of where the two touches to make the connection. If you just replace the element and not the receptacle too, it can cause the terminals on the new element to burn out. Perhaps get a qualified person to have a look at it - it just may need a service...

Cooktops | Answered on May 07, 2017

you should really get a professional to do that for you so that if anything goes wrong they are liable ..not you for any damages

Cooktops | Answered on May 05, 2017

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