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clicking burner(s) on GE Adora

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I have a GE Adora series Gas Range model JGB605DET2WW ( One burner starts clicking some seven minutes into use and then continues until eventually the clicking stops.

Although I am unsure, another burner could be clicking as well, except this one begins the clicking only after being turned off. This is a more recent observation.

Any ideas on what is causing the clicking, and how it can be solved?

Thank you!

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Clicking is usually caused by a dirty burner. Clean good and it should go away.

 Some units use flame rectification ( electricity running through the flame) to determine if burner is lit, and will spark if it does not sense the flame present ( to prevent gas from flooding the area)

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