Question about Cooktops
My Wolf 4 burner (36") gas cooktop will, when on the simmer or lower setting, all of the sudden "kind of blow up" (big boom). I do not notice the click,click, click of the burner trying to ignite at any time before this happens. I don't smell any gas but I would bet that is what the "BOOM" is all about.
Gas is taking too long to ignite. Make sure the burner rings are installed properly. They have grooves that need to line up. Also make sure all the holes are clean.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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