My large burner will not shut off on my frigidaire stove.
The burner which has a small burner and large burner in one will not shut off when the switch is turned to off. The small burner setting on the knob will only work on the larger setting also. We have to turn off the breaker at fuse box to shut this burner off. Frigidaire smooth top range model #PLEF398ACA
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This is a inner/outer burner type assembly? Sounds like a glass top. Either way, your switch for that burner or the burner needs to be replaced. If you are able and it is possible, inter change switches to see if it makes a difference. Interchange Large with large, small with small. If yous switches are connected as one unit, you will not be able to do this. Sorry, I have not looked up your wiring diagram.
Hello, it will depend on the size of the burner. If you have two large burners, one medium, and one small burner. It will also depend if you are using NG. Now, with LPG, it would be about 10 % less than natural gas. I am take a guess here, OK. Large burners 5000 BTU's. Medium: 2500 BTU's, and the small maybe 1200 BTU's per hour. Now, most of the burner on newer stove/ranges are set by the industrial standards. GB...stewbison
This is not hard or difficult to replace. You simply need new switches for this unit. You can contact us at accurate-appliance-service.com from 7 AM until 9 PM CST Monday through Saturday for all you appliance parts needs.
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I worked my way through one junction at a time and got to the valve, took apart the valve and found a small groove in the stem going from the gas orifice to the shut off area. This small groove was allowing gas to leak by to the burner and causing the gas at the burner to lite.