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GE Spectra Water stains on glass heating unit does not respond to recommended cleaning solutions. Have tried removing the stains with water, dobie pad, vinegar, and bon ami. Will next try cerama bryte. could finish have been damaged? any way to remove stains? can glass top be replaced?

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