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Where is the pilot light on a GE profile gas stove? The burners suddenly would not light except with igniter.


Please add the make and model number of the stove. Modern gas stoves and ranges do not have a pilot light. They light the gas with an electric spark. On these models, there is a knob setting for "Light" which triggers the spark. If there is no A/C voltage to the stove, you can use a match or butane lighter to light the stove with care.

I've found that the ignition system can fail if the burner caps are not seated properly. Debris in the burner area can also lead to the ignition spark problems. If you take off the burner cap and head (for some models), the electrode will be visible. Clean off any carbon build up on the electrodes for better sparks.

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My mother has a hotpoint gas stove and when baking the oven has produced a lot of black carbon all over the oven...also the burners seem to be doing this also


the pores of the burner have been blocked by some food particles or the pores have not been cleaned since longtime,so try to remove the blockage thats creating fumes of the carbon and also try to maintain the time and temprature depending on the food u make or bake.this may help to prevent such problems in future. wish u success.

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I've had this issue a few times. Complete cleaning of the under side of the burner and all components of the ignition system fixes it every time.
The slightest bit of carbon build up is the probable cause. I would suggest cleaning the contact with 400 grit or higher emory cloth. This will remove any contamination from the ignitor,

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Arcing is caused by carbon tracs or other carbon deposits that are usually caused by the build up of grease. If this has just started, you may get it to stop by a good cleaning to remove the carbon. If you can't remove the carbon this way, it can be removed with sandpaper and touched up with paint of a similiar color of the oven cavity.

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CHECK THAT ALL GAS SUPPLY JESTS IN THE OVEN ARE CLEAN OF ANY BUILD UP OF CARBON OR OIL .

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Gartyl,

Your Laser 55 burner mat has erroded away. The fuel is pooling someplace in the burner rather than spreading smoothly over the bottom. The stuff on the igniter may be hardened carbon from a poor flame. Bottom line is some burner work. A new mat, ring and cleaning the burner air holes is in order. Don't be surprised if the heat chamber is cracked beyond repair when you get it off. NOW for the bad news. The Laser 55 and 72 are older heaters. You will find just about all the electrical parts are going to be hard to find. They are no longer being made. Your 55 will be able to use the newer 56 blower, mat and burner ring. You will also be able to use the heat element off a 56 as well. If there is a problem with the fuel pump causing your poor flame you will be out of luck.

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EE 6 can be some kind of obstruction in the fuel line causing the fuel to not reach the heater. It could be the high limit switch being activated. For that they say clean the fan, and fan cover. Your tank could be too high. The fuel sump valve could be malfunctioning. I think you would need to replace the pump for that. (It probably is not that as your heater does run for a while.) Finally it could be a flame sensor malfunction. Did you notice if there is a lot of carbon built up in your heat pot? It could be building up on the flame rod, causing the heater to not be able to sense a flame. Is your burner ring (the metal thing that sets inside the heat pot) warped? This will cause your heater to go out from time to time as the fame burns erratic and too hot, building up more carbon. Replacing that burner ring if it is warped could solve all your problems. You might wantt o replace the burner mat while you are at it.
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Not having a cleaning in the last couple years may be the problem. Carbon build up in the burner pot and on the flame rod (a chain of carbon) will cause the flame to not be sensed. Then the flame will burn out. A temp solution would be to unplug the stove, then unscrew and jiggle the flame rod to break the chain. When tightening the screws do not over tighten. You could also try hitting the edge of the pot to see if you can knock the carbon loose. You could also have a warped burner ring which would cause problems keeping the stove running.

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