I have gas coming to the stove but when I turn on the burners there is no clicking noise. I can light the flame with a lighter or match and the oven works fine. What part do I need to replace?
You will want to check your burner switches to make sure that they have continuity when in the on position. If they do not then you would need to replace the switches. If they do have continuity then you would need to replace the spark module.
The gas oven would not let gas in, so check it found ignitor burnt through,change it,but gas still won't flow through,could control valve be bad ,checked voltage at valve from ignitor side when first turned on get 94vac then goes down to 74vac is this normal I thought it was to be about 3vac at that point can you help?thanks
Answer Billy, You're correct, once a bake setting is made and activated, the A/C voltage, should range between 3.2 and 3.6 VAC, across the two wires that are attached to the safety valve(it usually takes 30 to 60 seconds to reach the voltage). You can also remove the wires from the terminals on the safety valve and check for a "closed" circuit across the terminals. If the internal bi metal switch has shorted or "arced" you may get a partial or open circuit. Thanks