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Easy to Fix Tips
Electric- If your burners are not heating...
- Make sure they are sitting straight in their proper positions.
- Check to see if power is getting to the unit. Does anything
turn on--even a light? If not, check for a blown fuse
or tripped circuit breaker.
Often the main wiring connection from the house, at the
stove, gets burned and so breaks the connection. Then you
to replace the power cord to the stove, and the terminal
block that the wire is attached to. There may be a broken
wire at the back of the stove. If you repair any of the wires,
use only proper appliance-grade wire and wire connectors.
Heating elements eventually burn out. Sometimes, when an element
burns out, you can see that the coil burns in two, or blisters
When your stove heating element burns out, you have to replace
it because they are not repairable. If, when the heating element
burns out, the infinite switch that controls it also fails,
you have to replace it too.
Gas- If the top burners are not lighting...
A gas unit will need the pilot light adjusted or relit from
time to time, but most problems with this type of range should
be left to a appliance technician. You can, however, clean
the burner ports with a paper clip when your burner flames
are uneven. Check your surface burners to see if they have
removable caps and wash them in a mixture of ammonia with hot
water. When your burner flames are too high, noisy, or the
flame is yellow, have the gas company adjust the air gas mixture.
When your pilot light is lit and properly adjusted but a burner
will not light, it is often because the burner or pilot ports
are clogged. To clean them you will need to lift the top of
your unit and lift out the burner assembly. Use a straightened
paper clip to unclog the burner and pilot pots and then wash
the burner head in ammonia mixed with hot water. Thoroughly
dry the burner head before you replace it to insure that moisture
will not interfere with it lighting.
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