Question about Gaggenau 23 in. KG 260 Gas Cooktop
After accidentally pouring some water on the cooktop,the flame on one of the burners has become low.I tried to adjust the screw next to the control knob but no change.Any advice would be appreciated.The cook top is about 10 years old.
Most probably dirty jets. If water was spuilled, there is a possibility of rust forming on some parts. Low flames are usually due to inadequate gas supply, due to dirty jets and burners. Often rust forms on the top burners in the little holes, causing slight blockage - clean the holes with a needle properly and check. Oshie
Posted on Jun 26, 2007
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