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Thread: Oven does not click when turning knob

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    Default Oven does not click when turning knob

    Model Number: SRK24RWPO
    Brand: other
    Age: More than 10 years

    Hello, last month my 6 burner Premier stove would not not click to ignite & would randomly click when off so I changed the spark module & all was good for a month until yesterday. All surface burners click & ignite but the oven/broil knob does not. The oven can light up if i open the oven knob and simultaneously open any burner knob, but it will not click. My question is can this be ignition switch harness or the oven electrode? I called Premiere and they gave me the part numbers but I wanted to be sure before I order. The stove is close to 12-15 years old. Thanks.

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    What brand is this? Premier Range?

    We can't find model number: SRK24RWPO

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    Thanks for your response Jake. Yes, the oven is a Peerless-Premier range. Turns out the switch harness is only for the 6 burners & does not include the oven thermostat switch. I called Premier and they gave me the part numbers. I will just have to wait until the part arrives to see if it works.

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