Question about Frigidaire 36 in.GLGC36S9E Gas Cooktop
We just moved in to this house two months ago, the previous owner just remodeled the whole house a year ago and never lived in. So, the cooktop is brand new. I have used it for two months and it started to make the clicking sound after I made lunch today. I did see the sparking which never stops. I was so scared, so I disconnect the outlet and it stopped. But once I connect the outlet, the sparking and sound started again. I called Frigidaire customer support which doesn't help at all, my warranty is already expired. is there anyway to fix this? Or Do I really pay for the technician to come in?
I have the following manuals in PDF format,
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Model: GLEC30S8ESB Owner Guide(English): 318200612en Wiring Diagram: 318046807 Installation Instructions: 318201426 Parts Manual: 5995479655
Tupper Lake NY
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
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Return it. You purchased a "usable" gas range. whether it was on clearance or not is immaterial unless you purchased the unit as a non-working unit. If the personnel in the appliance dept. are not willing to exchange the unit, ask to speak to the manager (store Manager, not appliance dept manager). Explain to the manager that you spent your money for a usable range and the range you received is not usable. If the manager is unwilling to exchange the unit, ask him for his full name and the number to the corporate office of Lowe's. Remember, the unit was already exchanged once, so the story they will try to give you is that they only authorize repairs for non-working units is a lie or you would not have been able to purchase the unit you have. If you cannot get a new unit, do call the corporate office with the name of the store manager, explain you were sold a piece of junk that the store knew had problems and that they informed you were corrected. The problems were not corrected and you would have never purchased the range knowing the problems still existed. stand firm, you will get a new range to replace the one you have
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Frigidaire 26"
Thank you for accepting my bid. The ignitor switches are the problem. This usually happens when they get wet after cleaning the cooktop. Most of the time they dry out and will work a few days after. If they continue not to work properly they will need to be replaced. The switches just clip over the gas valves and are not hard to change. If you do need to get the part numbers for the switches I will need model number. Thanks again if you have any more questions let me know
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
Either there's ashort in the stove top or the wiring going to the appliance. Sorry but I would have to see it to see exactly how to fix the problem. the top needs to be removed and inspect the wiring to it. Test the top with a voltmeter forshorts.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
Yes, the ones not being used are supposed to shut off.
It's not shutting off maybe because you did not reduce the knob that controls the gas temperature of the cook-top.
There is still gas pressure coming out that's why they are on. Reduce it by reducing the control knob.
You can check the manual to learn how to reduce the knob.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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