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This concerns my gas range, a Maytag Model # PGR5710BDW. The right front burner has come loose. There does not appear to be anyway to open up the top. What can be done

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Its been a long time since ive seen this model but memory serves me this way
you will need to take off all four burners to get access under the top
but before you go to that extreme try turning the burner and pullin up, you should find a spot that releases it , clean underneath in and replace it
you should be able to spin it back into place
you can use an oil can wrench to spin it to lock
but make sure you put something soft on the bar of the wrench as to not chip the burner

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