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The gas jets are blocked on my zanussi gas hob

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A burner that plugs into a receptacle is easy to test. After turning off the range's power at the main electrical panel, just unplug the non-heating burner, plug it into another working receptacle, restore the power to the range, and test it. If the burner works, you know its original receptacle is probably faulty. If it doesn't work in the good receptacle, the burner is bad and should be replaced. Buy a replacement, and simply plug it into the receptacle.

When you remove the burner, look for burned wires or a charred receptacle. Check the receptacle or terminal block to see if it's cracked, loose, or looks burned. If you notice any of the above signs, replace the faulty component, too. If the male burner prongs are corroded, always change the female receptacle it was plugged into.

Hope this helps

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You can find the user manual from this page

http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/ZANUSSI/ZGF682X-_E


It has some solutions to problems.

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Remove the burners and clean them.

Dry them well and ensure that they are being installed properly.

This should fix the problem.

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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    Ginko Nov 15, 2008

    I also quote the more extensive explanation given by Repair clinic:

    "The most
    common problem for gas surface burners is that they get gas but don't
    light. This is generally caused by dirt or grease splatters on the
    burner itself. Residential-grade range/stove burners are round and have
    small holes around their perimeter to allow gas to flow out and create
    a round flame. The gas coming from these holes is often ignited by a
    small vertical row of holes on the side of the burner. If these
    vertical holes are clogged or obstructed, the gas can't ignite.

    The
    solution is to clean the burners thoroughly. Use a toothpick to clear
    the small vertical holes, then allow the burner to dry completely and
    try lighting it again. If it doesn't light immediately, either repeat
    the procedure or call a qualified appliance repair technician."


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