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Need more in fo-gas or electric: If electric,I have seen problem in electrical box over time the screws where wires are connected over heat and get loose or break check both ends and disconnected electrical cord before doing this.Check all wires.
Buy a new stove element. If you open the stove look in the back. It should be black. It might have a crack or be clearly broken. This is a cheap fix. If you want to be sure that it is working at the connection unplug the element and pull it out. Put a volt meter into the prongs. Turn stove on and see if its putting out voltage.
I want to say that since I posted my original problem with black spots appearing on the Schott Ceran top, I took pictures of the top and attached them to a complaint sent to Maytag. Approximately 3 days later, a Maytag representative phoned and offered a brand new top-basically stating that there is a fault with the tops. They would not pay for the labor to replace the top. My husband downloaded the instructions from Maytag website and installed it himself. These spots actually appear from within the surface and are not the result of a boil over, etc. The spots on my burner grew to the width of the burner. If you search the internet, you will see many others with the same problem with the Schott Ceran tops. I will never buy another!