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Starter on range top frigidaire

No spark when u turn on any of the burners

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    I get clicking with no spark. I can see that it looks like the ceramic/metal probe in the burner is deteriorated. Can I replace it? It looks like 2 diamond screws to disassemble.

    It's a Whirlpool



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You need to replace the spark control module most are little blue boxes under a panel on back

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