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That is called a drum seal and it has worn out. you can buy a new 1 at a reasonable cost and it comes with the glue to hold it in place. Not a bad job to replace but you will have to stretch it a little bit to make it fit. I suggest get it ready so it will fit on before using the glue being the glue sets up quick. (I am a 14 year appliance tech)
Hello paultoledoWelcome to fixya. I'm Huuum and happy to assist you,
You said, You got a 5-year old Tappan gas range. Two of the burners don't
ignite, the other two and the oven are fine. What do you need to do to
fix the problem? Sounds like a yes from where I'm sitting, your right on target, buying a new spark module will fix it.
That sounds like the spark modules. I think you are correct!
Let me know if you need me! Please remember to leave a solved rating! Huum
Don't buy GrillPro grills they are junk!!!!!! I have had a GrillPro Model #236464 Stainless Steel Grill and after Three Seasons it has rusted to peices!!!! All Three burners and all Three Flavor Guards and both Channel Cross lites have rusted to a big pile of rust peices. I called GrillPro which is Manufacturered by Onward Manufacturing Company Limited in Canada and all of these pieces have been on back order for over a month and the company says they don't expect the parts anytime soon. Onward Manufactures the following brands:Broil King, Broil-mate, Sterling, Barbecue Genius and GrillPro. I have looked at several of these brands at Menards and they all use the same type of Burners and Flavor Guards that are in my grill so unless you want a big pile of Rust after three years of use I would avoid all of these Brands!!!!!! Forget the problems Take it back where bought and buy something else!! These brands will let you down! Al Gavin - 515-238-3920
the continues to click problem, for e it was only when my smaller burner was lit. theo others were ok. When I took the burner apart it was very dirty. I cleaned it up (a wire brush in my drill press) and it works fine now. I think it was just bad electrical conduction.
The compressor has rubber grommets that isolate/insolate it from metal on metal. What is happening is that one of these has worn through and now when the compressor kick in or out it shake which is normal but gives you that metal on metal clanking which is not normal. Look at the back and see where the compressor is held inplace by pins you will see rubber donuts/grommets. One or more are wore out. You can probably find some on a unit at a salvage yard on a small fridge and you may be able to buy some an appliance supply warehouse....