Hydropower 16H external instantanious hot water unit. when I have a shower the hot water stops flowing when the cold water tap is used, you have to be lucky for the mix rate to work right. If you get it wrong ( which inadvertently will happen) you have to turn the hot off, then on again befor it will begin to heat up again.
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take off the flame spreaders and soak them overnight in kitchen detergent and water. Change the water and boil it for 10 minutes. Put under the cold tap and them scrub with a pot brush into all of the holes. Rinse, dry and replace.
If that doesn't work, you need a registered gas engineer.
First, check the filter and make sure it isn't clogged. Second, check the water line and more importantly, the valve that feeds the water to the fridge. It should be 1/4'' line and usually has a saddle valve installed off another larger cold water line. Saddle valves have a tendency to rust and clog. these are simple fixes, generally. IF all these check out OK, Check the water valve inside of the fridge, where water line comes in..Hope this solves your problem.Good luck DW
Which model do you have? Sound s light your unit re-ignites if flame goes out, if so, I would clean the burner. This means with a old toothbrush remove everything baked or burnt on. Assure your small orifice with in the burner is clean and you can see the port (hole in the center). Most of the time I have found clogged burners, or the burner cap (selected models) were installed incorrectly to cause this issue. Give that a shot and get back to me if you have more to add or just more questions.
How long does it take for the light to finally go off?or does the light ever go off when a cooktop decrease in tempreture has to reach the tempreture set by the factory for that light to go off. Sounds like a thermal switch which controls the hot surface light is stuck closed If this is a new unit, I'd return it. If not, I would check the switche(s) for the hot surface light -- when the unit is cold, unplug one wire going to the thermal switch and check it for electrical continuity. If you get current from a multi-meter through the switch, replace it -- it's not opening when it cools down.If you have any further questions please message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped in your appliance situation Thanks again
Most stove vents have a diverter plate which prevents air from coming in. When the fan is turned on, this diverter is opened by the air flow and allows the air to flow through. It sounds like this plate is either stuck or was not installed when the ventilation duct was installed.
Sounds like a thermal switch which controls the hot surface light is stuck closed.
If this is a new unit, I'd return it. If not, I would check the switche(s) for the hot surface light -- when the unit is cold, unplug one wire going to the thermal switch and check it for electrical continuity. If you get current from a multi-meter through the switch, replace it -- it's not opening when it cools down.
And before that Most likely one of the ignition switches (they are under knobs) got shorted possibly due to spilled liquid or a cleaning stuff sprayed on. In that case it should stop sparking after a switch drys. Still no go replace the spark control unit.
one way is the orfice that goes inside the burner.some have a little screwin the knob shaft to ajust.if no screw its the orficc.theres a tech sheet that will give you more detail about that on that stove.bottem drawer area or back.also so ranges have orfices on them in the back also.God bless,tom
It's is normal for the ignitors not to work when wet, once they dry they should work. The best thing is to check the electric sending unit, they are a small white kind of square that goes on the switch, just lift the knobs and take the cover of the switches and you should see the sending units righ on the rod that hold the knobs, they have to small wires attached to them, It seems to me that thats were your problem is.
Do you hear the click clik when you put the knob on LITE??
Alien, one of your burner switches either got wet or shorted out. These switches are located on the burner valve itself. Sometimes you can take a hair dryer, pull the knobs of the control valve and dry out the switch. If this doesn't work, more than likley one of the switches gone bad. Catriver...post back.