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Unplug stove. There should be two screws under edge of the cook top. You need to open oven door to get at them. Remove screws, lift cook top up at the front and prop it up. There will be two or three screws with spring clips holding the burner to the cook top. Unplug the connections, remove screws, remove burner. Install in reverse. I did this at Christmas just in time for dinner. It takes about ten minutes.
Tappan gas range, TGF334BCWB. I can NOT stop the broiler burner from lighting. I have unplugged the 110 power and I light top burner with a striker. However when stove is plugged in to the power the broiler burner lights and continues to burn. The oven knob is turned OFF. The only way to stop the broiler is to unplug the power.
Maybe unplug your power cord from the wall and check the connections on the range. Ranges do not come with power cords attached on them. The installer has to put the cord on, maybe they didn't get the connections tight. While you have the cord unplugged it may be a good idea to check the power at you outlet in the wall and make sure you have 220 volts on it. You will need a volt meter to do this, be real careful not to touch the probes while checking this. Please rate my answer so I get points for it.
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Here is a tip that I wrote to give details about why your cooktop will not
spark to light the burners..
After calling to schedule service, thought to try unplugging, wait 10 seconds, replugging to see if it reset anything.
To my amazement, it reset something and the oven started right up. No service call, no parts replaced, working again!