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PartSelect Number PS11744702
This stainless burner knob is used in ranges and ovens. The knob allows you to adjust the heat of the surface burner on your range. This knob accepts a D-shaped shaft. If your touchpad does not respond, the knob does not rotate, gets stuck, or the gas igniter glows but does not light, changing out this part can solve your problem. No tools are needed for this easy replacement. Make sure to unplug your range from the power source before installing. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for further guidance.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
R&R OLD knobs easy .R&R BURNER W/ ELECTRODE, UNSCREW LIFT OFF, UNPLUG SEECTRODE Reverse procedure easy
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found the picture of the piece I needed on your website, ordered it and have it almost immediately. very pleased with the service.
took old one off with fingersreplace with new one with a new knob again
I have been trying to find replacement knobs for months. I was having difficulty locating the model # on my actual cooktop and was told time and time again without it I would be out of luck. The # on the knob apparently meant nothing, go figure. This website actually had a picture!!!!! Eureka!!! I located my knobs! Great price, simple to put on, this website made my day. Thanks!!!!! :)
Remove screws holding burner down, invert and remove screw in igniter. Reverse to reinstall.
Pulled off old, repositioned new burner knob.
I removed the old knob and inserted the new one, which matched exactly. Cooktop is now like new!
Just pulled off the old knob and pushed on the new knob.
I first tried to remove the torx screws only to have them break off..soooo as with most home repairs it grew into a bigger task. 1) unhooked the gas line and unplugged the unit 2) place the unit upside down on workbench 3) used a socket set to remove the hex screws that held the top on 4)removed all the other burners and disconnected electrical wire connected to the igniters. 5) Removed the top 6) uses pliers to remove the screw parts left in the burner base (wd-40 and lock wrench)..Replaced the old gaskets 7) put the top back on and screwed the top back on (make sure you pull the igniter wires through the top before securing it) 8) Reseat and screw in the burners using a torx bit
I thought I had ordered metal knobs but it appears that I got plastic ones. I’m thinking they’ll be fine, the others had just split the shaft that sits on the control stem, but I’m hoping this won’t happen again. I do have a repair question regarding one of the sealed burners on my Jenn-Air. The igniter switch sounds like it’s working but the burner won’t light without putting a match to it. Do you have any ideas of what could be wrong?Thanks for your help,Carol Lance
just replaced with a new one. very easy
Pulled the old one off, pushed the new one on. Super easy. Simple ordering, quick processing and delivery. Way to go PartSelect!
Removed the old burner knobs by hand, and replaced them with four new knobs.....Real Easy!!
Pulled off the old and pushed on the new. Took less than a minute.
Ordered from Sears.com....under impression that we would get 4 knobs for about 20.00, to our surprise we got only one knob for 20 dollars plus shipping.Your website was wonderful... have three knobs for the same price as one from Sears.Thank you.
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