Question about KitchenAid Kitchen Ranges
This has been an ongoing problem for my parent's stove for years. Only 1 out of our 4 burners will light. There is gas because you can light them with a match. We have had servicemen come out and clean them and they work for a while then go back to 1 or 2 working. Could you tell me how to clean them so I don't have to call a serviceman out again? Is it possible to send a diagram of exactly what I'm supposed to be cleaning (evidently the ports?) Thank you. It is a Kitchen Aid model # KGCT365T
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There are several screws under the front lip of top of the range. You will have to open the oven door to see them. Once the screws are removed, the top should just lift up. Of course, if it has been a couple of years, grease and oil can creep into the seams along the sides and cause the top to stick. If this is the case, carefully take a putty knife along the side seams and lift up at the same time on the front. The top should open. Now, if ALL your burners are not lighting, that sounds like a bad spark module. Do you hear a clicking noise when you try to light any of the top burners? If not, the spark module not the igniters, is the likely suspect. The spark module provides a voltage to ALL the igniters simultaneously. Removing the top will not be necessary if this is the case. The spark module is usually located in the back of the oven cavity under bottom pan of the oven. Or, it may be located behind the panel in the rear of the stove. Let me know if this helps you.
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
you can only calibrate the oven + or - 35 degrees. if you are over 35 degrees off you will need to ohm your temperature probe to see if you get about 1280 ohms if you do then you need to replace the clock control. if you ohm the temperature probe and you are off by more than 10% then you will need to replace the probe. in most cases both the control and probe would need to be replaced.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Electronic range clock failure. You will need to replace this part. It is located where your keypad is. You will need to get behind it and pull the part out and replace it with the exact kind from repairclinic.com
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Try cleaning the starter with rubbing alcohol and toothbrush. There might be soap or boiled over residue on the starter. If that doesn't work, try using fine 150 grit sandpaper and gentle clean the starter with it. This problems drove me nuts too. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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