Question about GE Profile 36" Electric Induction Cooktop - Black
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The igniter module is working fine. One of the switches (which are on each valve shaft) is stuck or shorted out. Pull a wire off each one at a time to determine which one is bad. Careful! 120 volts to each wire. Also, this can happen after you spill water into the valve area, if that sounds right, let it dry out.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
SOURCE: My GE Profile Stovetop keeps
The burners on an LP (liquid propane) gas range should produce blue
flames with yellowish tips during normal operation. If there is more
yellow than blue in the burner flame, or if the burner makes hissing and
sputtering noises, the air-to-gas mixture may need adjustment. The
range burners are each equipped with an air shutter that can be adjusted
to improve the fuel efficiency of the appliance. Adjusting the air
shutter with a screwdriver takes only a few minutes.
1. Turn off all burners and wait for the range to cool.
2. Lift off the grate from each burner and set aside. 3. Pull up on the range cooktop and raise toward the back of the appliance. Many ranges have a steel support rod to hold the cooktop in the upright position. Lift the rod and insert the tip in the hole on the underside of the cooktop. 4. Turn the setscrew in the air shutter next to the burner counterclockwise to loosen the shutter. The air shutter is built into a metal tub that feeds LP gas to the burner. 5. Push in and turn the control knob to light the burner you are adjusting. If the flames are excessively yellow, slide the shutter wider until only the tip of the flame is yellow and tighten the setscrew. Narrow the shutter to stop hissing sounds and sputtering flames, then tighten the setscrew. 6. Lower the cooktop and replace the burner grates on the range.
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Posted on Aug 03, 2011
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