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You didn't need 'red hot' to simmer. When you got it red hot, and then put the pan on it, the pan sucked the heat out of the ring to fast, and caused stress in the glass causing it to crack. Tops are meant to be used the way you used it. Your fault I am afraid.
I'm sorry to hear this. you can get just the top, but your lookingat somewhere between 300-700 dollars just for the glass. also this is not a common part and will probably be back ordered, so you'll be looking at a wait of 2-5weeks for the part. you can change it yourself but due to the cost of the glass I would have a service company change it so that if it breaks while changing they will have to pay for a second one and you wouldn't be stuck having 2 broken glasses
Hi There I have found the codes that you need and hope this helps you.
Stuck touch pad
Usually means that either the touch pad or the oven control (also called
clock or ERC) is defective and needs to be replaced. If this fault code
cannot be cancelled, replace the oven control (also called clock or ERC),
touch pad, or both.Thank You for writing to fix ya. Best Regards Richard
Hi, I assume we are talking about a flat glass top. First the bad news. using any abrasives will permanently scratch the glass hence the dull spot. You can however make it look a little better. Grease spots and the like can be removed with a flat razor blade scraper which needs to be held flat to avoid the corners making scratches. Use any good glass/ceramic cooktop cleaner ( which is the ONLY cleaner you should ever use ) (available in your local grocery diy store and some hardware stores). The cleaner is a thick liquid, put about a dime size drop on each burner area and use a paper towel to buff out the finish like waxing a car. Once it looks clean flip your paper towel over and shine the top to like new. Good Luck!
If it still clicks and tries to spark, get in there with a a toothpick or a pin and clean out any spilled food and / or carbon build up. If the sparker itself doesn't even try, it will need to be replaced.