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Corning counterrange 3+1. Front right burner is not working. Is the part avaalable? Serial #2195202810

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Hello,

You can get you oven burner in the store (i mean the front right burner )

what you need to do while going to the store is to write down the serial number correctly
with little amount in any tech store around you

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Posted on May 29, 2010

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