Did you just clean the stove, or did something overflow? Water on the little electric igniter can cause it to repeatedly fire. When this happens, dry off ALL of the igniters and the area around them. It may take a while for the last dampness to evaporate, so don't expect instant results.
look for a shorted electric motor like window motor. when the motor contacts fail they can cause the "ticking" and it drains the power constantly, even when the ignition is off.
fire, stove, smoke and even cars
it could be a number of things. valves, fuel injectors, or even the rods. like in my case i had a bad ticking and loss of oil pressure. thats when the oil pump gave out.
There are a number of affordable electronic musical instruments that can be bought for kids. These include some of the smaller electronic keyboards and even electronic drum sets.
you can still have a gas oven even if your range is not gas.
uneven distribution of gas among the burners.
Fuel injectors can stick and sound like lifters but not as loud. Lifters of course. The speed of the ticking would help, one or two cylindars or all of them? A spark jumping, but there should be some loss of performance.
i heard you can put the end of a flat head screwdriver against it and put the handle to your ear and if you hear a nice even ticking sound its firing. random ticking is bad tho. never tried this idea myself.
No. Even when your avatar is hit, dropped, shocked, or defeated, it returns almost immediately to action. (It takes a licking, but keeps on ticking.)
A pot belly stove is a small,wood burning stove. They typically have a rounded, squatty shape, giving them the name. They were primarily used to heat whole rooms and even sections of houses, before central heating became available.
You can heat even on days that are no burn by law.
I prefer copper for its even heating and elegance...but anything conductible preferably flat and even with the surface :O)
It will quickly burn and possibly even catch on fire. Don't do it.
One can easily buy a butane stove from the internet through websites such as Amazon. In the present, Amazon even sells portable butane stoves. They are sold for only $43.75
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.
Yes, he did.
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.
Usally Bugs & Hackers Maybe Even Lag The two major concern in electronic communication are transmission and reception.
Computer modems are found at electronic stores. They can be found on the internet, or even in some department stores in the electronic department. Your best bet would be a electronic store, as they probably have a guarantee.
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.
To heat things up. Think of it as a single burner stove. It isn't a high heat like a stove but it is effective for heating soups and similar items. You can use frying pan on them, but it isn't usually an even heat.
Ummm...usually in a pan on the stove or maybe even a grill plus the oven but not a microwave.
You can fry it, cook it, or even grill it... Personally... My favorite way is to cover it in bread drums then cook it on the stove!!