Is the flame on your Samsung burner always high? Keep reading to learn what to do if your Samsung range burner stays on high.
Samsung Range Burner Stays On High — How To Fix
Follow the steps below if your Samsung range burner stays on high…
Step 1: Set the burner to low and pull off the knob.
Step 2: Hold the stem of the burner valve in place using a pair of pliers.
Step 3: Insert a 1/8th inch screwdriver into the stem.
Step 4: Turn the screw in the stem to the right to reduce or to the left to increase.
Step 5: Return the knob.
Step 6: Do the same with the other burners.
If your Samsung range burner stays on high still, call a technician to fix the problem.
Samsung Glass Top Stove Stays On High — How To Fix
If your Samsung stove stays on high, the infinite switch is faulty. Follow these steps to replace the infinite switch in your Samsung oven…
Step 1: Switch off your circuit breaker and turn your oven around to access the back panel.
Step 2: Take out the Philips head screws which hold the oven’s upper back panel in place.
Step 3: Set the panel aside.
Step 4: The infinite switch is at the right. Disconnect the wire plugs connected to the infinite switch.
Step 5: Pull out the control knob at the front of the infinite switch.
Step 6: Take out the two screws at the front of the oven which hold the infinite switch in place.
Step 7: Remove the infinite switch and get a new one.
Step 8: Screw the new infinite switch into place.
Step 9: Push the control knob back in.
Step 10: Reconnect the wires to the right places on the switch.
Step 11: Return the back panel and the screws which hold it in place.
Step 12: Switch your circuit breaker back on.
The video below will show you how to replace the infinite switch in a Samsung oven.
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Samsung Range High Limit Thermostat — How To Replace
Follow these steps to replace your Samsung range high limit thermostat…
Step 1: Unplug the oven from the outlet.
Step 2: Open the oven door.
Step 3: Take out the screws underneath the front lip of the cooktop which hold it in place. If your oven doesn’t have screws at the bottom, lift off the burner bases and take out the screws at the top.
Step 4: Lift the cooktop and set it aside.
Step 5: You should see the high limit thermostat at the front or back of the oven. Disconnect the wires from it.
Step 6: Remove the screws which hold the high limit thermostat in place.
Step 7: Get a new one and screw it into place.
Step 8: Reconnect the wires.
Step 9: Reposition the cooktop and hold it in place with the screws.
Step 10: Close the oven door and plug the power cord back in.
The video below will give you a visual of how to replace the high limit thermostat in a Samsung oven.