Spot on Jenn Air smooth cook top stove with down draft.
I just used my new Jenn Air smooth cook top stove with down draft and there is a mark on one of the burners. I have tried to wipe it off with a wet dish cloth but it wil not come off. I have run my fingers over it and do not feel any residue but there is still a mark there. I can't clean it off. I have been reading the manual but nothing there seems to help since it does not cover a smudge that won't go away... Help! I have only used this once.
Re: Spot on Jenn Air smooth cook top stove with down...
Use Cooktop Cleaner with a soft micro cloth. Don't use water. Buff until the mark disappears.
Hint: Never clean the cooktop until it is completely cool to touch as doing so makes cleaning much harder. Never use abrasives on the glass or abrasive cast iron skillets.
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1) turn off power at the breaker.
2) remove hold down screws
3) pop up cooktop out of counter top
4) remove knobs and downdraft grille
5) remove ceramic top (screws around outside and also in side grille opening)
6) unplug burners replace with new burner
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Buy whatever kind you prefer. On an open coil unit it really does not make much difference. On a smooth top, Make sure it has a flat bottom, preferably dark, not shiny. On white smooth tops avoid aluminum as it leaves grey marks.