Question about Whirlpool G7CE3635 Cooktop
The 40 amp breaker keeps tripping when you use the two large burners at the same time. i want to know if the stove is drawing to much power for our breaker. When using the small burners the breakers never trip.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: stove keeps tripping fuse
when turning on stove, the current inrush is too great for the breaker. you need to look at the data plate on stove first to see if the current (amp) usage is greater than your breaker. If not, then you may have a faulty element or control
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
If all other burners working as they should, I'd check that bad one for partially plugged orifice. Try poking a small piece of wire through orifice hole to clean it. As far as igniter goes, and they are all connected to one source for spark, and separate wires run to each, make sure there is no breaks in small wire, as well as check that little ceramic igniter has a clean tip, if not clean with nail file or sand paper, and make sure it is same position at burner as others, as in close enough for spark to arc across to burner. if still no spark, try swapping wire with another, if it works, change wire, if not replace little ceramic piece at burner.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
I believe your ignition switches have come in to contact with either water or moisture.
Please read my below Tip on how to fix the problem:
GAS KITCHEN APPLIANCE CLICKING SOUND...
If it does not solve your problem, I'd suggest replacing the ignition switches.
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Posted on Aug 03, 2011
Sounds like the thermostat on that burner gas gone. When you switched the breaker back on, did the burner get warm after being cold? If so, you need a new controller. They are easy to change if you can get to the back of the unit. Make sure you turn off the breaker and physically remove the plug.
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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