Depending on your cooking style, an electric cooktop can be a great option if you’re interested in replacing your gas or electric stove. But like any other appliance, they have some issues that sometimes require repair and maintenance work.
Here are three of the most common problems with electric cooktops and how to fix them.
Stove Won’t Turn On
Having a cooktop that won’t turn on can be an incredibly frustrating experience. But don’t worry; there are a few common electric cooktop repair problems that may be causing your issue. With the help of Multi Appliance, we can inspect and repair your electric cooktop to get it up and running again!
Burners Won’t Heat Up
If your electric cooktop burners don’t heat up, it can be a frustrating and time-consuming experience. Thankfully, a few common culprits are usually behind this type of issue
Here Are Some of the Most Likely Causes of Burners That Won’t Heat Up:
⦁ Defective Burner Element: One of the most common reasons an electric cooktop burner won’t heat up is a defective burner element. A faulty element will prevent electricity from properly flowing and heating the burner.
⦁ Faulty Wiring: Faulty wiring is another possible cause of a burner not heating up. If the wires connecting the burner to the power source have come loose or been damaged, the burner will not heat up.
⦁ Blown Fuses: The last potential culprit is a blown fuse. If your electric cooktop has a blown fuse, the power supply to your burner will be shut off, preventing it from heating up.
Fortunately, with the help of Axis OC Service, you can quickly and easily inspect and repair all of these potential issues. Their experienced cooktop repair technicians can quickly diagnose the root cause of your burner not heating up and provide a reliable and cost-effective solution. So if you’re having trouble getting your electric cooktop burner to heat up, give them a call today!
Indicator Lights Won’t Turn On
If your electric cooktop indicator lights don’t turn on, it could be a simple issue or something more complex. Fortunately, Multi Appliance can inspect and repair your cooktop to get your indicator lights working again.
One possible reason for your indicator lights not turning on is a blown fuse. Fuses can easily be tested with a multimeter, and the problem can be easily fixed by replacing the fuse with one of the same rating. If the fuse is working properly, there may be an issue with the control switch. The switch can sometimes become damaged due to wear and tear, resulting in the indicator lights not turning on. Multi Appliance can replace the switch for you and get your indicator lights working again.
It’s also possible that the problem lies with the wiring. Faulty or loose wiring can cause the indicator lights to malfunction, and Multi Appliance should inspect this before attempting any repairs. By understanding what’s causing the issue, Multi Appliance can quickly diagnose and repair your electric cooktop to get your indicator lights back up and running in no time.
Contact Professional Cooktop Repair Technicians
Have issues with your electric cooktop? Don’t worry; you’re not alone! Electric cooktops can experience many common problems, from malfunctioning burners to sparking elements. Fortunately, most of these problems can be easily diagnosed and repaired.
Contact us today for all your electric cooktop repair needs. We look forward to helping you get your appliance back in working order