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silicone spray works wonders !!!! and most silicone's are food safe too (look 4 it on label) so its safe to use around food prep area's, it however does not taste 2 good to the human palate so use sparely
This is normal, Jenn Air along with many manufactures use one ignition module for all the burners. So when you turn one knob on all the ignitors on top will spark but gas will only flow to the burner with the knob on.
Here is a copy paste from a Jenn Air Owners Manual, I do not have your model number so I cannot be sure this is the exact phrase in your book.
I hope this helps!
To Set: 1. Push in and turn knob counterclockwise to light the burner. All surface burners will click. Only the burner that has been turned on will produce a flame. 2. Turn knob to anywhere between HIGH and LOW. Use the following chart as a guide when setting heat levels.
NO METAL KNOB FOR THAT MODEL COZ IF USE METAL EVERY TIME U USE IS HOT THATS WHY DESIGN FOR PLASTIC,MUCH BETTER TO U REMOVE THE KNOBS AFTER U TUNN ON THE HOBS TO LESS MELT THEN RETURN IT IF U TUNR IT OR ADJUST.
You can get a new cooktop surface from Maytag/Jennair for $229. It is a pain however to replace it. Where is the crack in your cooktop and does that crack pass directly through a heating element? If not, then you may be able to repair it. I broke the corner off mine, and then dropped the piece (now 5 pieces). I was able to bond them back together and you really can't tell it was ever broken. But, it takes some work.
the glass top replacemnt is a pretty straightfoward task, a matter of unscrewing one and repalcing it wiht anew one. after ordering new top its a matter of lookin g at eh new top to see which screws would need to be removed from old. hardest part about job will be youll need to do disconnect the downdraft from the venting ,and pull unit up from the counter inwhich it is installe.< not difficult but cumbersome and awkward to manuver. check abd verify full model and serail number and cal manufacture for correct part umber. may cast anywhere fom 200-400 dollars depending on model
Yes their is a way, you need to unplug the power, and look for the brackes that holds the cooktop to the counter, remove those scrwes and lift the cook top, then look under the top lip and you will see small scrwes, remove those and the glass will lift, then just reverse the steps.
Hope this help!!
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