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Default How to Adjust/Fix Burners on a Garland

I have a Garland six burner gas stove that's about 10 years old. I
like it (though I'd buy something else next time), but the burners
have an annoying propensity not to light when I turn the gas on. It
has electric spark pilots that keep clicking until the gas ignites,
but this just keeps on clicking with no ignition unless I use a match.
This mainly happens on the front left burner.

How can I adjust or fix this?

Thanks very much.

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I have a Garland six burner gas stove that's about 10 years old. I
like it (though I'd buy something else next time), but the burners
have an annoying propensity not to light when I turn the gas on. It
has electric spark pilots that keep clicking until the gas ignites,
but this just keeps on clicking with no ignition unless I use a match.
This mainly happens on the front left burner.

How can I adjust or fix this?

Thanks very much.



you can push the clicker "wire" closer to the burner, and/or make sure the
ports near the clicker wire are completely clear so they put out a good
blast of gas to be ignited.

You can also gently blow the gas toward the clicker wire.


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