I have had this unit for 2 mo. and really love it. I do have a queation about a clicking noise that seems to orginate somewhere around the double burner control knob? It makes this clicking noise only around 4pm and last for sometime before it stops. Then it starts back up in the middle of the night and stops in the a.m. I'm wondering if this is a normal or should I call for service.
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Re: Strange noises HELP!!
Bob, I would call for service. According to the model number this is a electric range. If it were gas the clicking could possibly be a bad valve switch. Since this is electric, there should be no clicking when not in use...Catriver..post back.
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Unit uses a Magnetron and likely a power board called an inverter to run it. Someone would have to open the unit in a way where they might pinpoint where the sound is coming from and then take action--does not of course sound normal or good to me.
Sounds really strange to me. Not sure what kind of patch he could have used. I've never heard of "freon noise". Clicking and popping could be the thermal overload tripping and resetting. The unit should still be under warranty. I would contact them to get another tech and another opinion. It would be best to get this resolved before the warranty wears out.