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If you life up the top of your stove, the igniter should be just on the right side at the front - mine is far right. Mine went and I did not replace it, but now use a bic bbq lighter to start it instead. Just as easy and I do not have to put up with that annoying click-click. lol. You should be able to buy your replacement part at an appliance dealer, whether household or RV.
I have a Magic Chief Concept Series oven - Replaced the Thermo-coupler and the control switch. I now have a pilot light but the thermo-coupler doesn't get hot enough to light the burner, But if I take a lighter and put it on the thermo-coupler it will but when I take if off it shuts off after a few seconds. Could you please give me Ideas of what could be wrong
Cast iron is NOT recommended to be used on a glass cook top due to its weight and potential for damaging the surface. Cast iron also heats rapidly and retains heat for a long time. Its great for gas stoves, but not a good idea for a glass surface.
The best cookware to use should be lighter in weight, have even heating properties with a SMOOTH flat cooking surface on the bottom for proper heat transfer. Some cookware that IS approved for use on a glass cook top is baked enamel, stainless and copper.
NOTE: Cooper and Stainless can leave marks on the cook top, but these marks do come off with most approved cook top surface cleaners.
If in doubt, always refer to your owner's manual. It explains in detail how to select the proper cookware for your range and the limitations and/or characteristics of each. If you have any questions, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
You probably have a 1940's model of Magic Chef. Check for the model number under the lid of the cook top on the upper right hand side of the stove. It should have the model number and the serial number, too. You will need both. The Old Applicance Club run by Jack Santoro is the place to go along with a site called "Antique gas stoves"in Georgia. Good luck with the world of vintage stoves.