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What Should I Do If Zinc Alloy Gas Stove Knob Has Not Been On Fire?

What Should I Do If Zinc Alloy Gas Stove Knob Has Not Been On Fire?

Pulished on Apr. 13, 2019

First, first check if the gas source Zinc Alloy Gas Stove Knob is in the open state. If it is in the open state, then check whether the hose is folded or bent. If it is not flattened or bent, then Pick up the pot holder and see if the ignition pin is discharged:

1) If it does not discharge, see if the ignition pin is broken.

a. If the ignition pin does not discharge, it means the ignition pin is faulty and the ignition needle should be replaced.

b. If the ignition pin is discharged, it indicates that the valve body is faulty and the valve body should be replaced.

2) If the fire is released, release the Plastic Oven Rotary Switch and the fire will immediately turn off:

a, the hot spot is not heated enough time, prolong the ignition time, remove the carbon deposit from the tip of the thermocouple,

b, the thermocouple, the induction needle wire is not connected or the contact is not good, connect the thermocouple, the induction needle wire,

c. The flame leaves the fire cover to burn, and the flame door can adjust the damper and replace the pressure reducing valve.

d. If the fire is on, and the flame can only reach the fire cover, it means that the body is clogged, and the nozzle is dredged with a thin wire.

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