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Troubleshooting and Repairing a Bosch Gas Range Surface Burner

Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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No schematics on this one! I know that'll be a relief for some of you. Honestly, it was a nice break for me, too. I love these easy jobs where you can troubleshoot using only your eyeballs and fix it with something as simple as a paper clip. 

In this short little video, I show you how to troubleshoot a problem with a surface burner on Bosch gas range. The burner was not lighting correctly and would sometimes flare up. 

All gas range surface burners operate using the same principles so don't let the fact that this is a Bosch fool you. Gas fuel, just like electricity, works the same way in the US as it does in Germany, Korea, or anywhere else in the world. So the same principles and repair shown here apply to all gas surface burners regardless of brand. 

 

 



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I had this same issue today on a 25-year-old Tappan. I was actually on the job for igniter replacement but asked the Hilary (85 years old, hard of hearing lady) if there were any other issues with the stove. She said both front burners didn't work as well as the used to. I used a little orange pick tool from Harbor Freight to clear the obstruction. Problem solved!

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