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Constant ignition clicking

I've had a neef gas cooker hob for about two years now and the other day i noticed that the ignition was contantly clicking.....i have two RCD units in my is for a spur into the garden and the other is on the main fuse box...i disconnected both of these to see if it was an earth leak but the clicking continued ...can any one suggest anything ?

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  • john holohan Apr 22, 2007

    thanks but i've actually dismantled the hob(which ment removing the knobs completely) to test the the electric circuitry and the bloody thing is still clicking !

  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2007

    Same problem. We have to randomly turn other hobs on and off until it stops clicking. Would be grateful for a solution on this one!

  • Anonymous Aug 24, 2008

    cannon, carrick gas cooker, 4 th replacement, only 1 week old all have same problem,When oven gets hot the ignition constantly clicks.

  • Anonymous Sep 30, 2008

    i have just cleaned the gas hob
     and the clicking is now constant. I have removed the rings and knobs and dried everything thouroughly what next?



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Check to ensure that all the burner holddown screws are tight. I had a similar problem on a new Jenn Air after a technician changed it over to LP from natural gas.
If one is loose it will not have good continuity causing it to continually click. This happens also when the burner gets hot and expands causing the same effect.

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  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2012

    Great help, that fixed my stove!




Has the ignition switch got wet ?

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Try easing the knobs up slightly, they are just a push fit

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