The ability to cook a tasty breakfast in the kitchen in the morning has become a habitual thing for most of us. In preparation for the meal on the electric stovetop burners, most of us have no thought as to how any of its components work. What if something goes wrong the cooktop burner stops heating? You are left feeling miserable and lost because all your plans are ruined. You cannot cook your morning omelet or boil some water.
Let’s try to understand how your range works and what could go wrong when it stops working at all.
One of the reasons why the cooktop burner doesn’t heat is because of an electrical short. The element can burn out, or plug-in burners can collect moisture into the power source.
A burned-out element is another reason why the cooktop burner stops heating. Each burner element is controlled by its switch. When the switch selector knob is turned to a certain heat setting, the switch allows voltage to travel to the element, which closes the circuit and causes the element to heat.
Whenever you need professional help fixing your cooktop burner in Arlington and DFW area, the Appliance Recovery team is always happy to help. In most cases, we carry the part to fix your appliance the same day.