Gas Stove Burner Not Working

Learn how to do a few DIY tricks if your problem is a gas stove burner not working.   Any engineer or technician will tell you that a gas stove burner not working is one of the most common gas range problems. As a home owner, you have surely experienced at least one burner breaking at one point. While troubleshooting a gas range may seem like such a feat, there are really basic steps that you can take to fix a gas stove burner not working.   How to Fix a Gas Stove Burner Not Working Try turning the burner on. If it does not spark, but you hear sparking in the other burners, the non- working burner is probably clogged with dirt and food particles that have accumulated. Making sure that the burner is completely cooled, remove it and clean it thoroughly. Use a toothpick to poke through the orifices to remove any particles that may be clogging them. If this does not fix the problem, then the igniter or burner switch is probably worn out and need to be replaced. If your stove has several burners and none of them are working, check to make sure the pilot light is on (if your stove has one). Ignition systems for gas stoves are powered by electricity. Make sure the unit is plugged in. The plug is usually located behind a freestanding range or at the back of the cabinet right below a built in stove. Also make sure that your circuit breaker is on or that it has not been tripped. Check to make sure you have sufficient...

Troubleshooting a Gas Range

Troubleshooting a gas range may sound like an impossible task. However with the help of a few simple tips, you can fix the most common gas range problems by yourself in no time.   Your stove / range / oven is one of the most important appliances in your home. Cooking your daily meals is one of the things your family surely appreciates and enjoys. Those special home made birthday cakes or warm casseroles in the winter are surely etched in your family’s memory forever. Your cooking appliances are even more critical to you if you use them for business. A broken stove or range is surely frustrating, especially when it happens when you are in the middle of cooking something or there is a special occasion being celebrated. Learning a few techniques in troubleshooting a gas range is the answer to this dilemma.   Troubleshooting a Gas Range In fact, troubleshooting a gas range is not all that hard. You have to remember a few things though. One, you are working on a gas appliance and you must take all necessary precautions at all times to avoid accidents and risking your and your family’s safety. Second, if you are not sure about what to do, have no previous experience working on gas ranges or gas appliances, or if you don’t feel confident that you can do the job seamlessly, call for a qualified gas safe registered engineer (read more about how to check if your engineer is gas safe registered). Top / surface burner won’t light – If your stove has an electric igniter, make sure it is plugged in....

Electric Oven Repair

If you need electric oven repair services, RJ Gas Appliances Limited has engineers who can help you!   Your Electric Oven While we specialize in gas appliances, RJ Gas Appliances Limited technicians are trained to handle electric gas oven issues as well. From the simple ovens and mortar hearths used in the ancient times, the first electric oven was introduced in the late 1890s. However, it was not commercially available until much later, around the 1920s and 1930s. Here are the basic types of ovens: Traditional, Regular or Conventional Oven. This is a full, standard oven popularly used for many years. Food is cooked from the bottom using electric heating coils. Convection. In addition to electric heating coils, the convection oven also features a fan that circulates the heat inside. This allows you to cook your food more evenly and faster. Speed Cook. A speed cook oven features a halogen light and microwaves where radiant heat is derived. This technology cooks the food from both outside and inside. Speed cook ovens are available in the regular or traditional size, and a smaller microwave-size. Trivection. The trivection technology combines convection, microwave and thermal energy processes. Refrigerated. Refrigerated ovens are conventional ovens that includes a cooling element. You can set the time when the cooking will start. Until then, the oven will keep the meat / food cool. After cooking, the oven will keep the food warm for an hour, before it goes back to refrigeration mode. Steam. This uses a water dripping process. The water flows through the waterline inside the cooking chamber. Steam is discharged and distributed in the...

Gas Fire Not Working

If has been a lovely summer and winter has finally rolled in but your gas fire not working? -don’t panic. The following steps may help you track down the problem. If a gas fireplace has been off for a while it is possible that air could have gotten in the line so you may need to press the knob in while turning it for an amount of time that would be specified in your manual. If you have lost the manual do a search online as most instructions have been uploaded. (often this is 20 seconds or more) Many knobs are very touchy and need to be turned and released very slowly, this is often the cause, so patiently trying again could solve your problem. Gas fire not working still? Also check to see if ash, cobwebs or dust has clogged up any bits and carefully clean. You may need a small wire brush for this. Gas fire not working still? Check if gas valve is turned on. If the bar-handled valve is aligned with pipe it is on. If it is crossing the pipe, it is turned off. Sometimes something called a thermocouple which is a sensor (usually in the back of a fire) can be knocked back so it can’t sense the fire. Check in your manual to see the correct positioning and adjust if needed. If you have checked all of the above and still have no luck it is likely that a part needs replacing. We can help to diagnose the problem and have many parts available in stock or can order them quickly so...
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