Why does the electronic igniter on a gas stove keep ticking even after it is lit?
Most pilot-less stoves with electronic ignitions have lighting
positions on the knobs. The click does not stop automatically when
the flame ignites. The user must continue to turn the knob to a
cooking flame-height position to stop the clicking.
Why does your stove electric igniter keep ticking even when the stove is off?
What would cause a ticking and dash lights diming flashiing the ticking is present even when the ignition is off?
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What could the ticking should be in the engine of your 97 camaro?
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How is it that the gas is on but I have no gas at the stove top?
You have Mitsubishi 2000 and its making this ticking noise even when you are stopped?
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What is a pot bellied stove?
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What will happen to your finger if you stick it in fire on the stove?
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What is an electronic margin on a 1994 ford escort?
I am sorry, I can't for the life of me figure out what you are talking about. Unless you mean an electronic MODULE. If that is what you mean, then there are several electronic modules on the vehicle. The main engine computer(PCM), the electronic ignition module, the cruise control, air bag module, even the radio is an electronic module.
What are the two major concerns in electronic communications?
How do you paint an over the stove range?
An over-the-stove range is an appliance that is mounted level with the counter-top, but not necessarily over a built-in stove. This gets Very hot from the burners. The only materials that I have seen used here are steel, glass, or porcelain. I would discourage the use of even high temperature paint.
Can you burn wood in a coal burning stove?
Yes. The reverse is not always true (no coal in a wood stove) If you burn wood in a coal burning stove, it is not advisable to burn coal in that same stove. The problem is that the wood puts creosote into the chimney, which has to be cleaned out. When you switch back to coal, the gas from the coal may be hot enough to ignite the creosote, even if the coating is relatively light, causing a flue fire.