With a faulty electrical ignition, there may be no sparks from the spark plug at all and, accordingly, the gas will not ignite, or the spark will be weak and there will be no ignition, or the gas will not always ignite. Hobs from different manufacturers have almost the same electric ignition device, as well as gas stoves have a similar ignition structure.
To restore a stable flame, proceed as follows:
Using a Phillips screwdriver, unscrew the retaining screw and remove the protective cover
Using a hexagonal bit, unscrew the retaining screw, remove the nozzle and clean the passageways
Unscrew the second retaining screw and remove the guide pipe
Unscrew the nozzle and remove the mesh from it
Blow out the nozzle hole with a pump and rinse the nozzle hole with a syringe, rinse the mesh with alcohol
Check and, if necessary, clean the burner inlet opening by unscrewing the gas regulator lock with a hexagonal bit, and check rubber seals
Reassemble in reverse order. If you need help with urgent stove repair, call us right now!