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I have a Jade cooktop model RJSG3610A and need a burner base/electrode Mfg. Part # 70002826. No one sells this part as they say all discontinued. Do I have to replace entire cooktop or is there another part that I can use

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Check with an apliance parts store they may have an alternate for you.

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