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Right front burner control

The right front burner control (not the knob) came loose, not fixed to the stove like the other three and the gas will not shut off. Don't ask me how I confirmed this, it involved a lighter. I have turn off the gas at the back of the stove. Needless to say I have to replace the burner control. Is that something I can do? If so, where do I find the part and how do I do it?
OR am I calling GE repair??
Thanks in advance for your help.

John

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Its gas. use only qualified engineers for this repair you only have to see what happenson a diy fix once . im corgi registered but will not give out soloutions for gas work.

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