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Replacing burner bowl on GE JGP 337 cooktop

I want to replace the burner bowl because it is discolored. I removed the screws but I cannot loosen the ignitor.

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SOURCE: how do I remove the spark igniter when replacing a burner bowl

The spark ignitor is attached to the burner bowl by a retaining clip under the bowl. Simply remove the two screws on the top of the bowl, then you can slide the clip off from the underside

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