As those who use electric cooker to cook, a few problems can inhibit your cooking power. Although taking the necessary cautions when trying to troubleshoot, maintain or repair an electric cooker is important, you will be able to diagnose most of the issues.

Here’s a review of the most common electric cookers issues: Your electric cooker will not turn on Whenever you can not turn your electric cooker on, likelihood is the appliance isn’t getting electricity.

Making sure it’s properly connected should be your first step, and if it is, you most likely have a faulty outlet. All the same, it’s possible you have a blown fuse, tripped circuit breaker, or severed cable.

However if none of the issues mentioned above is to fault, contact Mulhalls Repairs, 1 kickham street KIlkenny, Ireland on 0892050670.

The coils do not heat up Compared to when nothing seems to work, you probably have an totally different trouble if some coils or the lights on your cooker are operating properly. If your internal ignition switch is not faulty, then it is possible the coil Is not right plugged in, as a result of which you would probably have a loose connection.

All the same, something could be stuck between the coil element and the cooker. Whenever you’re using the burner for the first time, the element used could not be the right one. Whenever the problem Is not caused by any of the above, then the burner could have been damaged, which is possible even if you can’t find any visible signs of damage.

You could have broken the burner whenever you dropped a heavy object on it or allowed for it to come into contact with something cold while it was hot. Irrespective of the cause, calling Mulhall Repairs is the best course of action.

Your electric cooker develops sparks when turned on Apart from compatibility issues, extra temperatures or weight can damage the element itself, causing dangerous sparks. On the other hand, it’s possible that your electric cooker has loose cable connections.

Regardless by which way you look at it, the problem is either instantly related to the coil or tripped by turning the element on. The indicator light will not turn on Whenever you do not have a faulty control switch, so the small lights that show when your burners are still hot or turned on in all likelihood have a burned-out bulb.

You should let a qualified technician such as Mulhalls Repairs in Kilkenny handle the replacement. You can’t adapt a burner’s temperature Whenever one of your burners gets too hot and stays the same regardless of the selected knob setting, a faulty internal ignition switch is the most expected cause.

As inconveniencing and tormenting as it might be, you need to turn the cooker off and call a professional technician at Mulhalls Repairs Kilkenny. The coils move around whenever you place something on them You will experience this issue if the tray underneath the coils Is not the correct fit.

Apart from guaranteeing food doesn’t leak into the cooker, trays help to protect the coil. It is worth noting that if the coil Is not the correct size for your burner, it might jiggly when touched.