12K burner control had reduced output to the point of going out
Jim C. • Santa Fe, NM • March 24, 2014
My Repair & Advice
Remove all grates and burner caps plus the spill trays. Remove the two crews in each burner head and remove the connector for the ignition. Pull the four control knobs then the glass cover. Under the cover are two screws that hold the cover onto the counter top. Making sure that the gas is off remove the gas tube from the burner with the problematic control. Remove the hex head screw on the opposite side of the control to remove the gas control from the distribution manifold. Replace the control and gently tighten the hex screw to draw the control into the gasket between the gas control and manifold. Turn on the gas and test for leaks at the manifold around the gaskets at the gas control. Assuming no leaks, reassemble in reverse order. Fire the stove to verify functionality.