Question about Thermador SGS36GS Gas Cooktop
Hello- You got lucky and only have one stuck, unfortunately you will need to order a few more parts. The only way to get the venturi out is to drill it off, drill it down enough that you can get the burner around what use to be the nut portion of the venturi. You will also need to get the orifice holder that the ventrui screws into under the cooktop. These parts are pretty cheap. You could try to put some LIquid Wrench around the ventrui overnight but be sure not to try to force it out too much because the gas supply tube to that burner can get creased if the orifice holder starts to turn... What works best for me to drill the venturi is a countersink, preferably for metal, which has it's largest diameter bigger than the outside of the venturi. Get some cutting oil and start drilling, the ventrui's cut pretty easily but take your time and try not to damage the burner. Once you get down real close to the burner you can try to carefully pry the burner over the remnants of the venturi. Good luck, hope this helps. Best regards.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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