Question about KitchenAid 30 in. KGCS105GSS Gas Cooktop
I have a Kitchenaid KGCS105 4 burner gas cooktop. It has worked fine for about a year and then poof...it takes a very long time for the ignite to "catch". So we hear that clicking sound that drives us made forever. Once it does catch, the flame is huge. We didn't change or alter anything and everything appears to look okay. I would hate to pay for a tech to come out if it's a simple fix. Thanks
Sexy, first make sure that all the electrodes are giving a spark to the burner caps. If they are, I think your problem may exist with the burner ports (holes). There is a main one that is directed to the ignitor. Take a straight pin and clean out any gunk that may be caught in the holes. Then make sure the burner caps are properly cleaned and seated. You can even scruff them a little on the bottom with sandpaper to get a good ground. Give this a shot first....Catriver..post back.
Posted on Nov 12, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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