Flames were coming out from under the burners. The bottom of burner was rusted

ApplianceMagic Chef Kitchen Appliance


Level of DifficultyEasy

Time to do repair15 - 30 mins

Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years


Flora From Lansdale, PA

Nov 30, 2012

I ordered the two replacement burners. When they arrived I equipped myself with WD-40 spray, rubber mallet and a rubber gripper I used to use to open canning jars. Sprayed the WD-40 around the burner base and let it sit for 20 minutes. Made a mental note of the location of the sparker of the burner, to remember to put the new one in the same way. Gathered my courage and gently wacked the burner with the mallet all around it. Then grabbed the burner with the gripper and gave it a firm ¼ circle twist counter clockwise. It came apart with no problem. Disconnected the two electric wires by slipping them off their sockets. Removed all the loose rust and cleaned around the burner. Reconnected the wires with the new replacement burner and dropped it in its place. Wiggled it a little until it fit back into its original location and twisted it ¼ circle clockwise. Done, just saved myself the price of a new stove! Note: There is no need to shut off the main gas valve.

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Part PhotoPart DescriptionPriceAvailability

Burner Head with Spark Electrode - Taupe

Part Number: PS2356993

In Stock