If one or more of your stove burners are not getting hot, it’s important to test all of your burners to find out which one or ones are faulty. Coiled burners can become damaged after time, and other electrical issues can cause all burners to fail. If you have recently experienced a power surge, this could also be to blame. It’s best to have a technician diagnose and repair these problems.
If your stove is overheating, this will end up with many unsuccessful dishes. Simply put, those dishes that you spend days or weeks planning will burn. We are sure no one wants to have this experience. Your stove may overheat because of a malfunctioning temperature sensor or a malfunctioning thermostat.
This can be due to the use of harsh chemicals that damage the outer layers of your stove. Furthermore, this damage persists and results in deterioration of various parts of your stove, especially near the burners.
If you are unable to regulate the heat of any of your stove burners, it can make cooking a nightmare. If the burner either remains cold or red hot, but never in between, then get a professional to check it out. The most common cause is the infinite switch, which is connected to the dial but it’s never a good idea to perform such repairs yourself.
Your circuit board and fuses may be stripped or blown out.
This may be an indicator that there is a problem with the heating element.