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I have a 5 burner Neff hob type T2766N0, and the central burner

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I have a 5 burner Neff hob type T2766N0, and the central burner will not light. There are plenty of fireworks from the igniter, but clearly no gas coming through at all. The gas nozzle under the burner looks clear, and all other burners are fine. Any ideas?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  KevinWhiteJA replied 3 years ago.

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you will have to clean the burner base completely, you can use a sandpaper to clean it...also clean the sensor for that hob..the problem is usually solved after everything is cleaned...l

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Customer:

Hi, Everything is clean, and I can see clearly into the small hole in the gas nozzle, but no gas at all. Finally I tried using a needle into the gas nozzle and it cleared the nozzle, but as soon as I turned the gas on the obstruction inside the gas supply pipe got blown back onto the underside of the nozzle and stopped the gas supply again. I know it is strange for there to be something inside the gas supply pipe, but that must be what the problem is. I need to remove the nozzle, and I tried to unscrew it but it is very tight. Does it just unscrew, or is it fixed in some other way? I do not want to break anything by forcing it.

KevinWhiteJA :

After you have unscrewed it you can just pull it off to clean it

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