Gas Range Burners Make Clicking Noise

Gas Range Burners Make Clicking Noise

Whenever you are cleaning your range try not to use too much water on the appliance. The water may get inside your range and cause the top burners to spark or click constantly. This issue should correct itself once the
excess water dries out. You can help the water drive faster by
placing a fan in front of the range and pointing it towards the knobs or you can set the oven to 350 degrees for half an hour to dry the water out. Once the water is gone the sparking will stop and your range
should be working properly again. This should not cause any other
failure on your range.

10 thoughts on “Gas Range Burners Make Clicking Noise

  1. Because of the important information videos you have availble for us. I was able to fix my stove trouble problem,thank you!

  2. yummypamcakez – An authorized technician will be required to examine your range in order to determine what to do next. Therefore, we must recommend scheduling service by calling GE Consumer Service at 1-800-432-2737 or scheduling on-line through our GEAppliances website. Thank you for checking with us. – Michelle with GE

  3. MrXxxtwentyxxx – Thanks for trying our suggestion on this video. Since the ticking noise is continuing, the next step is scheduling service. Service can be scheduled by calling GE Consumer Service at 1-800-432-2737 or through our GEAppliance website. – Michelle with GE

  4. Mine started making a popping noise at the knobs with a visible blue flash coming from behind the knobs.. I unplugged the stove, opened the top and cut the red and black wires then capped them off.. Now we use a match to light the top burners…

  5. mIke4258, I am sorry for the trouble with your range top burners. I would suggest that have your range diagnosed and repaired by a factory trained technician by contacting our GE Consumer Service at 1-800-432-2737 or by visiting our GE Appliance Website. – Sheree with GE

  6. Thank you for making this information available. It saved me a phone call and a service call. Isn't the Interweb great?!

  7. Yes, it sure is, MrsCrumpet2! We're happy to know your range is back in business and working as it should. Thanks for sharing your results!

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