Ramblewood High Efficiency 4 Burner Natural Gas Cooktop
Ramblewood High Efficiency 4 Burner Natural Gas Cooktop, Sealed Burner GC4-50N, ETL Safety Certified.
- 11 REVIEWS BURNER
- 8 REVIEWS GAS
- 9 REVIEWS COOK
- 6 REVIEWS COOKTOP
- 6 REVIEWS KITCHEN
- 4 REVIEWS REGULATOR
- 8 REVIEWS FLAME
- 3 REVIEWS REPLACE
- 3 REVIEWS GRATES
- 5 REVIEWS KNOBS
- 3 REVIEWS SAFETY
- 3 REVIEWS SHUT
- 3 REVIEWS STAY
Top Positive Review
Had this one for a few days and we’ve been having no trouble at all with it. Unlike our gold gas stove, all the knobs and burners work perfectly so that’s already a big step forward for us. The modern design also compliments our kitchen so we have absolutely no complaints about it.
Top Critical Review
Bought this to replace an 40 year old gaggenau cooktop as a quick fix before doing kitchen remodeling. Connecting 1″ gas regulator to 1″ inlet nipple feel really loose and i had to heavily wrap it with yellow teflon tape. Setup was overall pretty easy.
The problem after installation was the large burner. The inner ring would not lit, only the outer ring. Is there a simple fix to this problem?
If not, I hate to disassemble everything and return the unit.
********update 2 weeks into using this stovetop**********
The main burner is the primary one we use, flame is weaker compare to our old one. How can i tell? it takes a long time for me to cook. I don’t get much of the sizzle sound when trying to stir fry, so it became more of a simmering style of cooking…..
makes me look forward to remodeling kitchen now.
********update 5 weeks into using this stovetop**********
The main burner now has the same problem as the old one we replaced, the burner is taking forever to lit. We have to hold and press down the ignition for a long long time, and sometimes after its lit and cooking, the flame would randomly go out. I’m still waiting for the reply from customer service we contacted several weeks ago.
******final update 6/1/17************
Contacted the manufacturer through email with a guy in HongKong. He gave me a few suggestions to move around stove cap to make sure the thermocouple touches the fire when igniting. Unfortunately I did all he suggested prior from the help of google and youtube. According to the rep, I have a bad unit. The large burner often times takes forever to stay lit and would randomly shut off by itself. They won’t honor warranty because I had purchased this from a 3rd party on Amazon.
Customer Questions & Answers
DOES IT HAVE TO BE HOOKED UP TO ELECTRIC POWER
Answer: Yes it has to be hooked up to 110V power source for its electric ignition function.
Large left burner doesn’t stay lit. Gas flows out and it ignites, but let go of valve and flame dies. Does this have a thermocoupler?
Hi Bam, if burner does not stay lit please see if the flame is touching the tip of thermal couple(the small metal rod device right next to burner) when it’s light up. When thermal couple can not sense the heat it will shut off the gas supply. This is a safety feature.
If not then you may need to turn the burner cap a ??
Is it a battery pilot or continuous spark?
The unit uses 110V AC power for electric ignition thus it sparks continuously.
The reason burner does not stay lit is the flame is not touching the thermal couple…..the small metal rod right next to burner, thus the safety device shuts off the gas supply if it can’t sense heat. Burner cap may have shifted during tra??
Will this unit function without 110vac? I don’t care if the ignitors don’t work.
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