Range Repair Scottsdale
Gas stoves are wonderful. Like an automatic campfire in the kitchen, cooking on a flame is a predictable, traditional method to prepare meals for family and friends. Any well-maintained kitchen appliances will outperform one with malfunctions or damage, and eventually, you may not be able to use it as you did when it was new. If you have any of these issues, you may find that you need range repair Scottsdale service.
When your gas range is malfunctioning, contact the experts at Tiger Mechanical. Our range repair Scottsdale technicians have decades of repair experience with all the major stove brands.
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Common Range Repair Problems
However, if you’d prefer to do a little troubleshooting yourself before calling in the professionals, we’ve put together a list of common range problems we see nearly every day. If the issue is above your skill level and you need help, Tiger Mechanical has the best range repair Scottsdale services around.
Range Burner Won’t Light
No matter if you’re hosting a family get-together or heating up a small meal, nothing is more frustrating than when your gas range burner won’t light. It’s helpful to rule out simple issues before assuming the worst. Clean your range burners and dry them thoroughly. If that doesn’t work, one of the following may be the cause:
Defective Spark Module
Each surface burner spark electrode receives power from the spark module. It’s possible that if the spark module fails, your range won’t light. The spark ignition switch, on the other hand, is more likely to be faulty. Test the spark ignition switch before replacing the spark module. Consider changing the spark module if the spark ignition switch is working properly.
Spark Ignition Switch and Harness Malfunction
The spark module receives power from the spark ignition switch. When the switch’s electrical contacts close, power is sent to the spark module. The spark ignition switch will send continuous voltage to the spark module if it fails with the electrical contacts closed. Use a multimeter to check for continuity to see if the spark ignition switch is faulty.
Worn Spark Electrode
The spark electrode ignites the gas in the burner assembly by sending a spark. It may not produce a spark or the spark may be too weak to ignite the gas if the part is worn out. When the burner is switched on, the spark electrode will make a clicking sound, but the burner will not light. Replace the spark electrode if it is too worn.