If you’ve taken a walk through the appliances at a store lately, you may have noticed the word Convection popping up on more and more ovens or ranges. Convection cooking capabilities have become much more common over the last decade. But what exactly makes a Convection Oven different from a Conventional Oven?
Is your Gas Stove or Range making a clicking noise even after the burner lights, or worse is the burner not lighting at all? If you’ve already gone through the troubleshooting tips we shared the other day (if you missed that post, you can find it here) and are still faced with this issue it might be time to replace your Spark Ignition Switch.
The Spark Ignition Switch is controlled by the Surface Burner Control Knob on your stove or range, this part causes a spark to emit to light the burner (this spark is what makes the clicking sound). Today we are going to share with you the step-by-step instructions on how to replace your Spark Ignition Switch.
If you own a Gas Stove or Range, you’re probably all too familiar with the clicking noise they make when you turn the Surface Burner Knob. Click, click, click, and the burner lights. This noise is the Electric Ignitor working to spark the Burner and should stop once it’s lit.
A normally functioning igniter will typically click up to three times before it sparks. But, every now and then you may run into instances where the ignitor continues to click or tick even after the burner is lit, or the burner never lights at all. So what do you do? Before you buy a new ignitor for your stove, we have a few troubleshooting tips you can try that may solve the problem.