Question about Kitchen Ranges
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have you done testing and checking the unit, it seems that your problem was on the thermal fuse, and this part need to be replaced if you find it burned or busted
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
There are some very effective commercial products available. One of the most highly rated is Cerama-Bryte, but BE SURE TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY....as once it dries it is impossible to remove!!!!! Work in small areas, rub consistently.
As well, mr. clean magic eraser also has worked magic on my mothers stove over the past few years also.
If you wish to stay away from the store-bought chemical....soaking the spots with water and ammonia OR vinegar..(not both) and elbow grease. As well....the razor blade in combo with the liquid.
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Posted on Nov 07, 2008
I found this problem addressed on applianceblog.com and per they recomended part # 67006166. My repairman ordered this part and it had been superseeded by an even newer version, # 10127429. He installed that newest version in late June 2008 and it has been great ever since. So for me # 10127429 was the answer. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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