Question about Thermador 37 in. CEP365 Electric Cooktop
Help! My teenage son put an empty Cusinart stainless steel pot (with copper layer) on my beloved Thermadore ceramic cooktop, turned the burner on high, and forgot about it. The pot is scorched and my cooktop has a gray ring around the burner which I can't remove. Before he fessed up to what had happened, I thought it was a simple boil oil, so I went after it with cooktop cleaner and then a razor blade. This of course didn't work. Is there anyway to remove this discoloration from my cooktop? If not, is it possible to replace just the glass? Is that expensive? The cooktop is only about 4 years old and I didn't have so much as a minor scratch on it. I haven't tried to use the burner yet because I don't want to make things worse. Will I be able to use it?
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