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THE RIGHT FRONT BURNER APPEARS TO HAVE COME LOOSE

ON MY MAYTAG OVEN, MODEL # PGR571BDW, THE RIGHT FRONT BURNER APPEARS TO HAVE COME LOOSE. WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO FIX IT?

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You masy be able to just turn it slightly to tighten up
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