Home cooks and professional chefs alike depend on Electrolux cooktop parts to keep their cooktops running reliably, but a cooktop may stop functioning entirely with no obvious cause. Here are three basic cooktop troubleshooting tips that may help you to restore function to your Electrolux cooktop if it stops working.
Over time, natural wear and tear can deteriorate a power cord, so checking this cable should be the first step in cooktop troubleshooting. Unplug the cord, and closely inspect it for bare spots or cracks. If there is visible damage to the power cord, stop using it. Order a replacement power cord, and install it according to the instructions.
If your Electrolux cooktop uses gas burners, it's essential that the gas pressure regulator works correctly. If the gas pressure regulator isn't properly regulating the gas pressure, the burners may not light at all. Another sign of a malfunctioning pressure regulator is when the flame grows or diminishes during use. Replacing a new gas pressure regulator with new cooktop parts may restore function to your Electrolux cooktop.
Some Electrolux cooktops may rely on an electronic control board to function properly. If you're unable to determine the cause of a non-working cooktop, the electronic control board may need to be replaced. Simply locate the part, order it and install it according to the manufacturer's instructions.
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