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Maytag glass top -- "on" indicator does not go off .. sensors under the burner knob are melted for one burner

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Hello, open the oven door and stick your head as if into the oven...look up and you will see screws securing the top. Remove the screws and raise the stovetop. The burners are now visible. All that is required is to unscrew the support for the burner and pull the coil out of the socket. Installation is the reverse of removal.

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Hello, open the oven door and stick your head as if into the oven...look up and you will see screws securing the top. Remove the screws and raise the stovetop. The burners are now visible. All that is required is to unscrew the support for the burner and pull the coil out of the socket. Installation is the reverse of removal.

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