Question about Rangemaster Kitchen Ranges
I am not shure, but do this cooker have already flame faillure device?
In that case I thnk this is the problem.
If not, it is a clogged nozzle.
You can remove that nozzle, that is under the burnercap, with a 7 mm wrench. Then clean it so you can see trough it and put it back.
They look like the ones in the link.
RANGEMASTER Oven Cooker Natural Gas to LPG Conversion Nozzle Kit A027639...
Have a nice weekend, Dik
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like a bad switch in the knob, turn on the defective side, turn on the one that works and keep the clicking going then turn on the defective burner while "other" is clicking if this lights then it means you have a bad switch or loose connections
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
SOURCE: Ignitor won't shut off
The Viking manual says that an ignitor that continues to try to light even after the burner has been lit indicates improper grounding, and that an electrician should be consulted.
Perhaps you could try to replace the ignitor, and see if that fixes the problem?
I have a similar age, 6-burner 36" rangetop.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 4 yr.
I have a Jenn-air stove model # JGS8750BDS in the oven when I call for bake the ignitor come on and glow then the gas come on but the burner want light but I smell the gas what is the problem
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Remove the burner caps (where the gas and flame come out) and wash in warm soapy water, using a plastic toothbrush like brush to scrub thoroughly.
Also clean/scrub the burner bases and ignition knob on the top of the cooktop.
When you reassemble, make sure the burner caps are properly seated in the burner bases.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Does yours have the (small large burner switch)? If so, try switching it back and forth. It could be defective or your small burner element is bad.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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