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Re: ceramic/glass top stove
Lift the ceramic top and look at the burnner to see if it is bad or not.
You only have to take 2 screws in the front of the ceramic top at the bottom, just open the oven door and look at the corners.
Don't forget to unplug the stove first
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I've seen mixed results across the internet on this one. From personal experience, for some reason, my glass teapot left some sort of stain on my ceramic stovetop. It also took longer to heat. I then went out and bought a simple metal one and have been pretty satisfied. If cosmetics are a concern, it's not too difficult a step to pour the water into your teapot after the fact, right?
Try switching the grill to the other side if it works the ceramic burner is bad replace the ceramic burner. burners and grill coils unplug when you pull them out. The left one pulls out from the front the right one pulls put from the rear. you can enterchange the burners on either side.
If you are looking to fix instead of replace (the better option) you will need to find a ceramic adhesive to put the parts back in place. You arn't going to find it at a hardware store. Try this link. It sells for about $20 bucks.
I had some luck removing food and other stains with the new Vielda Glass Ceramic Scrung (its a sponge)
"Special scour sponge for cleaning glass ceramic cook tops without scratching. Eliminates burnt-in stains and greasy dirt film. Removes grease and loose dirt particles. Microfibre side will create a streak free finish."
I found mine at Walmart. It was a little pricey but if you just use the sponge for the stovetop then it will last a very long time.
Look at the back of your range there should be schemetic for your power control board. look for defective burner wire going into relay. There should be 5 relays in rows. Realy is the problem. I had the same problem with my front left burner stuck on high. After replacing everything works okay.
two thiongs, you might have a bad switch( under control knob), or before you try that ck the old elemnt that you replaced, on the back of the limiter( the glass rod that goes through elemnt itlself), you'll see little letters 1a,2a,1b,2b.--- new replacemnets depending on age are wired differently, they too will have 1a2a1b2b but in different position. id check that first