Question about GE 30 in. JP340 Electric Cooktop
I am trying to put the cooktop (pp950) above the wall oven (pt916). some appliance stores say it will fit some say it won't. Ge says yes, but they also said yes to having a pp945 cooktop above the SAME oven and I tried it and it did not fit. Label on oven (ge profile pt916 says pp950 and pp942 will fit on top but not pp945), except 2 appliance stores say pp950 is really just like the pp945 and will NOT fit. I already bought and returned(thank god) the pp945 because it did NOT fit, i do not want to buy the pp950 and have it not fit to. 1-800-ge cares was NOOOOOOOOOOOO help. they say all the cooktops fit over the oven pt916. can you help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: profile gas on glass cooktop
Hello mkerfoot, I know the feeling. The same complaint I hear about on SS. I just sink type dish washing detergent to clean the grease off and a paper towel with vinegar water solution. For heavy staining on the burner area, apply the dw detergent full strenght and let it sit to loosen the debre. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
SOURCE: Stained gas range burner grates
You might try placing them in the oven and running a them through a clean cycle. I did the with some ceramic coated drip pans and it worked great. Don't do this with chrome plated things as it will darken the chrome finish. Don't ask me how I know this. :)
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
SOURCE: Stained gas range burner grates
Hey y'all. I have the same lame GE profile gas cooktop with the gray grates and burner covers. I know this is the expensive way to go, but I use Easy-Off "self-cleaning oven" oven cleaning spray. For about $5, you get 3 cleanings. It is a pain to do, but I have better things to do than scrub these grates all the time. I don't know why, but the baked on crud just drives me crazy. I tried everything to clean them completely. I even tried to scrub the darn things with a kitchen pumice stone(sold at walmart)but it is impossible to get the curvy areas clean. Now the paint has started to wear off on the burner covers.
I do not use the oven cleaner on the cooktop itself. I use soft-scrub with baking soda, then cover the cooktop with a sheet of heavy duty aluminum foil and cut out holes for the burners. This keeps most of the spills contained, and helps with cleanup.
I visited to the GE parts web page, and they only sell gray grates and covers. I am going to buy black BBQ grill paint(spray can)from Home Depot and try it on the burner covers first. They are the least expensive to replace if it fails, and if it works, I will paint the grates with this high temperature paint. I will keep you posted on the results.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
Don't buy one is a good start unless you like to spend a few hours everyday attempting to make it look clean. If you are OC you'll love the cooktop BTW. Crappy engineering and source selection. Include it in the price when you move.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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