We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 2,216 Maytag Range models
Maytag produces ranges for all budgets and cooking styles, making them a favorite among homeowners. A common problem with Maytag ranges is cooktop failure. Whether you have a gas or electric range, you can use these tips to solve the problem and locate the correct repair parts.
One of the most common reasons behind burner failure is the lack of power or fuel. If you own an electric Maytag range, unplug the power cord, and test the outlet with a night light. If power is not flowing, reset a tripped circuit breaker or replace the correct fuse. For a gas range, ensure that you have an ample supply of fuel. Then, check to make sure that the shut-off valve and pressure regulator are functioning correctly; if not, replace them with the corresponding stove repair parts.
Damage to the cooktop or range parts can prevent the range from working. On an electric range, look for cracks in the surface; a crack indicates overheating. Replace a cracked electric cooktop immediately. Test each burner. If one fails to heat, you may need a new radiant surface element. If you have a gas range, examine the spark electrode for cracks or chips. A burner that doesn't spark may need a new spark igniter switch.
A loose connection between a burner element and its power or fuel source can prevent it from working, particularly on electric ranges. Ensure that your burner elements are firmly plugged into the terminal block. For gas ranges, check that the spark igniter electrode has not come loose. Sears PartsDirect offers parts for a variety of Maytag range models for gas and electric range DIY repair help.
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