Question about GE 36 in. JGP628 Gas Cooktop
I have a 36" 5 burner gas cooktop. The burners light but the flames are very low and the ignitor is constantly clicking to reignite the burner. Will not boil water even on the 15000 BTU big mama burner.
I purchased a new gas regulator from GE because I thought that was the problem. Now I have no idea. It seems like its being starved for gas. Do I need to contact the gas company to confirm gas pressure?
Any help would be appreciated.
I would have someone come out. Perhaps a gas plumber first. Gas is not something you want to fool around with yourself.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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