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We specialize in fixing all brands and models restaurant and commercial cook tops. If your restaurant or commercial cook top doesn't light up, it takes tool long to reach the temperature or you have any other problematic issues with it, simply call our toll free number and we will take care of everything. We are available 24/7 at:


We repair all restaurant and commercial cook top brands such as:

Blodgett ovens
Manitowoc ice
Hobart oven
Hobart refrigerator
Aga appliances

Southbend oven
Toastmaster ovens
Moffat ovens
Cleveland range
Vollrath refrigeration
Silverking refrigeration
Wells ovens

Wolf gas range
Randell refrigeration
Traulsen refrigeration
True mfg
and many more view all brands

Our service area includes all of San Diego and the surrounding cities that are listed below:

San Diego
Chula Vista
Imperial Beach
La Mesa
Lemon Grove
National City

San Marcos
Solana Beach
La Jolla

El Cajon
Del Mar
Point Loma
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Attention: the information below, which will help you to become more familiar with your restaurant or commercial cook top. This information will also help you to use your restaurant and commercial cook top in the most efficient and effective way, which will save you money from utility bills and future restaurant or commercial cook top repairs. However, we do not suggest that you get involved with any restaurant or commercial cook top repairs that you are not familiar with, especially because most restaurant or commercial cook top require professional training and knowledge with gas and electricity. To receive San Diego cook top repair professional help call us 24/7 at:


Induction Cook top

Induction cooking is fast catching on in commercial cook top equipment. It is a relatively new concept, differing drastically from the traditional gas burner or electric element method of cooking. Rather than heating a pan from a heat source, it heats the pan by transferring magnetic waves.
Induction cook top systems use basically two parts: an inductor, which is the magnetic source, and the receiver, which is the pan.
Electrical current goes into the induction coil and creates a magnetic field. When a pan is placed on the ceramic cook top, it completes the field and causes the molecules in the pan to move very quickly. The resulting friction between the molecules causes the pan to become hot. The interesting thing is that the only heat on the cooking surface is the heat conducted from the pan. Thus a kitchen using induction cook tops is much cooler than a kitchen using the conventional gas or electric cook tops. When the pan is removed from the cook top, the molecules quit agitating and the cooking process stops demonstrates how an induction cook top works.
For the system to work, the pan needs to be magnetic. Therefore, a pan made of cast iron, enameled iron, or stainless steel with an inner layer of iron is best. Other pans are acceptable if a magnet will adhere to the side of the pan. Aluminum, copper, earthenware, or heat-resistant glass pans will not work. Choose a pan that has a flat bottom and is 5-101/ inches (127-266.7 millimeter) in diameter. Pans with a bowed bottom, pans with feet or a rim on the bottom, or Chinese woks will not work.
Some cautions in working with induction cook tops are:
•           The ceramic top could be hot after use by conduction from the pan.
•           The ceramic top is breakable. Do not drop heavy objects on it.
•           Do not place the cook top near a radio, television, or remote-controlled equipment.
•           Do not place metal items such as foil, metal cans, spatulas, or flatware on the cooking surface.
•           Keep magnetic items (such as computer discs, magnetic tapes, cassettes, credit cards, magnetic tickets, or hotel passkeys) away from the cooktop.
•           Control knob—Turns the cook top on to the desired temperature and also turns the unit off.
•           Indicator light—indicates the cook top status. If the light is steady, the unit is cooking. If the light is blinking, the unit is in standby mode.

After reading the text and the problem cannot be resolved, we strongly suggest that you call us for an San Diego cook top repair appointment at.