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Service call is $85 and is to be paid for the time and effort the technician takes to properly diagnose the Appliance. If you decide to have your appliance repaired after diagnosis then the service call fee is deducted from the total repair cost.

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Cooktop & Stove Repair and Maintenance: Keeping Your Kitchen Running Smoothly Cooktops and stoves are essential appliances in any kitchen. They provide a convenient and efficient way to cook meals for your family and entertain guests. However, like any other appliance, cooktops and stoves can experience problems and require repairs. To keep your kitchen running smoothly, it is important to understand the basics of cooktop and stove repair and maintenance.

Common Cooktop & Stove Problems

Gas Cooktops

  • Gas leaks: If you smell gas, turn off the cooktop immediately and call a professional to check for leaks. A gas leak can be dangerous and should be addressed immediately by a qualified technician. They will be able to locate and repair the leak, ensuring that your cooktop is safe to use again.
  • Ignition problems: If the burners are not lighting, the ignition may be faulty and will need to be replaced. A faulty ignition can be caused by a variety of issues, such as a clogged burner port or a malfunctioning spark module. A professional technician will be able to diagnose the issue and replace any necessary parts to get your cooktop back up and running.
  • Clogged burner ports: Food particles and debris can clog the burner ports, preventing the gas from flowing freely. These ports will need to be cleaned to restore proper functioning. A clogged burner port can cause the burner to not light or to have a weak flame. A qualified technician will be able to remove any debris and clean the ports, ensuring that your cooktop is working properly.

Electric Cooktops

  • Burner problems: Electric cooktops have heating elements that can burn out, preventing the burner from heating. These elements will need to be replaced. A burned out heating element can be caused by a variety of issues, such as a power surge or overheating. A professional technician will be able to diagnose the issue and replace any necessary parts to get your cooktop back up and running.
  • Temperature control problems: If the cooktop is not reaching the desired temperature or is overheating, the temperature control may be faulty. A faulty temperature control can be caused by a variety of issues, such as a malfunctioning thermostat or a clogged burner port. A professional technician will be able to diagnose the issue and replace any necessary parts to get your cooktop back up and running.
  • Spillovers and Stains: Electric cooktops have a smooth surface, which makes it easy to wipe off spills, but sometimes the spills can cause stains on the surface which could be hard to remove. This can be caused by acidic liquids such as tomato sauce, wine and vinegar, which can cause discoloration if left for too long. To avoid this, clean up spills immediately and use a specialized cleaner for the type of stain you’re dealing with.

Cooktop & Stove Maintenance Tips

Gas Cooktops

  • Regularly check for gas leaks: Every few months, perform a quick check for gas leaks by turning off all the burners, then lighting a match and holding it near the burner knobs. If the match flickers, there may be a gas leak and you should call a professional immediately.
  • Clean the burner ports: Every few months, remove the burner grates
and use a small brush to clean out any debris or buildup in the burner ports. This will ensure that the gas can flow freely and that the flame burns evenly.
  • Check the burners for proper ignition: If the burners are not lighting properly, or if the flame is yellow instead of blue, there may be a problem with the ignition system. A professional technician can diagnose and fix any issues with the ignition system.
  • Check the regulator: The regulator controls the flow of gas to the burners. If the burners are not getting enough gas, the flame will be low and the cooktop may not heat properly. A professional technician can check the regulator and replace it if necessary.
  • Electric Cooktops

    • Regularly clean the heating elements: Wipe down the heating elements with a damp cloth every few months to remove any buildup of food or debris. This will ensure that the elements heat properly and that the cooktop runs efficiently.
    • Check the heating elements for damage: If the heating elements are not heating properly, they may be damaged. Check for any cracks or breaks in the elements and call a professional to replace them if necessary.
    • Check the wiring: If the cooktop is not turning on or is not heating properly, there may be a problem with the wiring. A professional technician can check the wiring and repair or replace any damaged or faulty wires.
    • Check the thermostat: The thermostat controls the temperature of the cooktop. If the cooktop is not reaching the desired temperature or is overheating, the thermostat may be faulty. A professional technician can check the thermostat and replace it if necessary.