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I am checking to see if you are still in business. I have many Ultex cookware items. Some need replacing for scatching and broken handles. Most have the 50-75 year warranty from HSN. Please tell me how to handle the warranties. It is no longer being sold on HSN. thank You, Cyndy Patton cynpatton@cox.net

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Try this site: https://www.regalware.com/default.pgm
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Posted on Nov 20, 2007

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Does your range have an all-plastic handle, a plastic handle with threaded brass inserts or a metal handle?

Posted on Dec 22, 2007

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SOURCE: main door handle

what's the serial numbber of the machine??that will determine the series you will need, you say oyou hav a series 11 so im assuming your seial starts with 11*********, in which case use the series 10 handle, series refers to a revision in design, next revision shows up at serial 13**********.

Posted on Mar 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Whispertone powerhead handle release replacement

Take a butter knife and/or flat head screwdriver and press forward on the four tabs that retain the pedal.

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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www.applianceaid.com
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http://www.partselect.com/dishwasher+cup-wont-open+repair.htm
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www.repairclinic.com

the above links will help u get detailed diagrams n step by step instructions to replace ur door and handle successfully n also clear out any doubts u hve in future regarding ur appliances.

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Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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Can we use cast iron cookware (e.g., frying pan) without damaging the range grates?


Yes you can definitely use iron cookware on this range without an issue. It is made for all types of cookware. Just make sure you do not drag the pan against the grates, but any cookware would hurt the grates if you did that.

You are definitely safe to use them.

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Handle is broken on JVM1640AB004 Can I replace


The handle on a microwave oven door can easily be replaced. On MOST microwave ovens, you just have to remove the inner door panel that goes around the perimeter of the glass. This can be easily be accomplished by using a small screwdriver or putty knife and carefully insert along the seam of the inner panel and pry the plastic up. Work your way slowly around the perimeter of the glass to pop the panel loose. Use care not to pry against the glass. The glass is tempered and also has an RF shield that shields you from harmful RF radiation.

With the inner panel removed, the door handle screws are visibile and can easily be accessed with a screwdriver. Simply remove the broken handle and install the new one. Re-insert the inner door panel, gradually working your way around the perimeter of the door glass to ensure it snaps back into place and seats properly.

This repair can be done with the door in place, or you can remove it for easier access. If you decide the remove the door, open it all the way and lift straight up at the hinges. The door will lift off of the hinge pins. On some microwaves, you may have to remove the upper grill cover over the door (if equipped) to accommodate door removal. Place on a hard flat surface with some towels under it for padding. This protects the door facing from scatches.

NOTE: Some doors have a hinge pin that needs to be removed, or screws holding the door in place at the hinge.

If you have not purchased a replacement handle yet, the part number is WB15X10024. It can be purchased at any of the foloowing websites:

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All these sites offer great service and competitive prices, so shop and compare.

You can view an exploded view diagram of your microwave at any of the first three websites I listed for reference. Just type in your model number for your search criteria. If you have any questions, or require additional assistance, please let me know. I hope this helps you.

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Glass top range cookware


Here's the recommended cookware for glass top ranges:

Aluminum and Copper - have good heating characteristics, but may leave metal transfer marks on the glass.

Stainless - may take longer to heat and may not heat as evenly (some stainless has a copper liner to aid in heat transfer). More resistant to leaving metal transfer marks.

Baked Enamel - great heating characteristics, provides uniform heating and resists marks on glass surface.

Cast Iron - NOT recommended due to the weight of the metal. Can cause potential cracks or breakage.

Now, any reference to metal transfer marks are merely disclaimers from most manufacturers that the potential exists that the cookware could leave marks on the stove surface. Using a good cook-top cleaning product after the surface cools will aid in removing any of these marks. This does not mean this cookware should not be used.

All cookware used on glass cook-tops should have flat bottoms. There should be no ridges, grooves, or warping. This creates an uneven heat transfer between the pan and surface and can potentially cause the glass to break. Most manufacturers will not honor a warranty where it can be determined that the consumer used the wrong cookware.

Make sure you wipe up any spills on the stove surface that contains sugars or milk. These ingredients (if allowed to burn on the surface and are not cleaned up) will eventually cause damage to the glass surface by either removing the finish or leaving pits and cracks. Wipe up all spills AFTER the surface has been allowed to cool using a non-abrasive cleaning rag or sponge. The green scrubbing pads are considered non-abrasive and CAN be used. DO NOT use steel wool or SOS pads! A small straight blade razor can be used to remove stubborn items by gently scraping in one direction. I don't believe you can use any cleaning product that contains ammonia either.

All of this information can be found in the owners manual that came with the appliance. If you don't have a user/owner's manual, post back with your model number and I'll see if I can locate it for you. I hope this helps you.

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Can cast iron be used on GE glass top stoves?


Cast iron is not recommended due to the weight and its heat retention. Cast iron stays hot longer and, due to the weight, can damage the cooktop surface by scratching or cracking it. In your owner/operator manual there should be a section that defines what type of cookware that can be used. Aluminum and Copper heat rapidly, but can leave metal transfer marks. Stainless takes longer to heat and doesn't always heat evenly. Baked enamel, I believe, is the recommended cookware, because it is light weight, heats evenly and has a less risk of damaging the cooktop.

NOTE: References to any remarks about metal transfer marks made by cookware are DISCLAIMERS letting the consumer know that the POTENTIAL of marking the cooktop surface exists. This is NOT to imply that the cookware should not be used. There should be clear instructions that state how to remove the marks (if it occurs), what recommended cleaners are to be used and how to properly keep the cooktop surface clean. Spillage from milk or sugar substances can cause more damage than metal transfer marks.

Another item to note is the cookware bottom should be smooth and flat. If you sit a pan on the range surface and it does not sit evenly, you can potentially crack the cooktop surface due to uneven heating.

A warranty in most cases does not cover damage or breakage of the cooktop caused by the consumer using improper cookware or dropping something on it and breaking the surface.

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A little over kill, but I hope this helps you.

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