Looking for new spare parts Creda Gas cooktop 42320
Looking for new spare parts for a Creda Gas Glass cooktop 36'' GGH 102 Cat. No. 42320
Need top grate, bezel, burner cap, drip bowl and igniters.
Does anybody have any of these laying around that I can purchase? (I am in the U.S.)
Re: Looking for new spare parts Creda Gas cooktop 42320
Contact this gentleman: Sandor Horky email@example.com He helped us with parts we needed for our CREDA Model GGH110. I believe the company ADCO is the after market people for CREDA. Good Luck. PA Fi.
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GLASS MAINTOP ASSY Part Number PS253905
price around $812.92
Replaced main glass cooking surface on cooktop
First, shut of the breaker to the cooktop.
Then removed two screws to release brackets holding cooktop down. Then lifted the cooktop out of the recess in the counter top and removed the screws around the outside of the glass top. Removed the old, cracked top, by unplugging from the motherboard.
Turned the new cooktop upside down on table and placed weather stripping around the entire underside outside edge (to keep spills from going under the cooktop and cushion the cooktop from the counter top.
Then plugged the new cooktop into the motherboard, replaced screws around outside edge, lowered the cooktop into the recess in the counter, and reinserted the two screws into the hold-down brackets.
Turned the breaker back on.
Note: Just need Screw drivers and 40 minutes of your time.
you cant repair the glass but you can get the ceramic glass as a spare part. you will need the exact model number to get the correct part once done your hob looks brand new. if cracked through one of the zones you could chack there is no damage to element or themal cutout running across the centre of the element before proceeding.
A small crack, turns into a big crack, Short of ordering a new piece of glass, there is no "fix" sorry. YOu can continue to use it, but eventually it will run across the cook top, and then shatter the glass... Better be safe than sorry.
My Dacor cooktop had a similar problem of continuously clicking igniters. I unplugged it a couple months ago and used a piezoelectric igniter to get it started. Then I looked in the Dacor FAQ and it said to clean the ceramic igniter posts with alcohol not water. I had to scrape some gunk off a couple of the posts with a knife before cleaning with alcohol. Now it works.'
I think the igniters use electrical conductivity to detect when they need to spark, so even slight invisible contamination on the igniter insulator can confuse the sensing system. Also they all seem to fire as a group, so all of them need to be clean because if any one of them is dirty then they will all malfunction.