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Dacor cooktop My Dacor Part Number EM4LFB is cracked. I need to find one. They have been discontinued. It's a module of two electric burners in black and it drops in and plugs into Dacor Cooktop Black Electric Model # ECC36B. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks.

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Hi, my humble advice to you is to call in the repair man to come and carry out a check and properly diagnose what the problem is.
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you might want a new unit, glass replacement will cost from $600.00 to $900.00 and thats just for the glass

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