Samsung Cook top are not much different than other Cooktops when it comes to malfunctioning. Every brand has similar problems with both gas and electric burners going out at the most inconvenient times. Samsung Cook top requires that you first diagnose the problem. The answer can be found at Appliance Medic, which claims you can ask a question and receive an immediate reply by Calling Appliance Medic.Now Appliance Medic is in Allendale,NJ.Allendale is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough’s population was 6,505, reflecting a decline of 194 from the 6,699 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 799 from the 5,900 counted in the 1990 Census.
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Electric Cook top Element Goes to High
If the electric Cook top element on your Samsung range goes immediately to high regardless of where it is set, it cannot be anything but the infinite switch. There is no need to even test the switch since the switch is the only part on the Cook top that causes the problem.
Electric Cook top Element Will Not Turn On
If the electric element on your Samsung Cook top will not turn on, it could be that it is burned out. But a bad element is just one of several things that could be wrong with the Cook top. It could be a damaged receptacle. If it has an element that plugs in, pull the element out and check the plug ends and receptacle itself. If there is a lot of pitting or charring, you will need to replace the element and the receptacle. Another possibility is a burned-out infinite switch. Test the voltage on the switch at the two terminals that link to the element whenever the switch is on. You can call Appliance Medic for repair this kind of problems.
Gas Cook top Burner Will Not Fire Up
If a burner on your gas Samsung Cook top will not fire up, it could be that the spark module is burned out. Check that the ignitor is receiving 120 volts and that the valve switch is sending 120 volts to begin the ignition. If you cannot hear any clicking sounds in the range, then the spark module is the problem. But the defective spark module could be the result of a burned-out valve switch. A leaky or worn-out ignition wire is another possibility. The ignition wire insulation sometimes wears thin in areas and causes high voltage sparks. The electrical supply receptacle could be wired in reverse and you can call Appliance Medic for repair this kind of problems.
Gas Cook top Flame Cannot Be Adjusted
If the flame on your Samsung Cook top cannot be adjusted, there’s just one possible culprit: The burner valve is completely worn out and will have to be replaced. You can call Appliance Medic for this.
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