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PartSelect Number PS244310
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This burner drip bowl is sold individually. It is white on the top side, and black underneath.
This gasket goes under the burner bowl to help protect the glass from high heat. Sold individually.
First I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. I then pulled the element out about 3 inches and disconnected the two wires...it was easy!But note: almond bowl I had cost twice as much as white one I've bought. Almost NO difference in color!The screws cost$1.65 ea at a PartsSelect, so I went to Home Depot and bought 10 pieces for about $2 and they are stainless, will not rust as original ones did.
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Removed the two screws holding the porcelain burner bowl. Disconected the electric igniter by removing the "w" clip on the underside of the bowl. Then disconnected the igniter from the electric supply cord. Reverse these directions using the new urner bowl.Really easy.
Removed two screws, pulled out the igniter wire, removed a spring type wire holding the igniter to the bowl. Replace with new bowl, reconnected wire and placed new washer around bowl, placed back on stove top and screwed in place. Less than ten minutes to replace and only used a phillips screw driver.
Followed instructions with replacements. Ordering was not that clear. Was asked the size of the bowls (large, medium, or small, and I measured them and all four bowls measured 9". I ordered 2 large bowls. However, that was not the measurment needed , it was the distance of the drilled hole and the igniter so I was able to use only one bowl. I have saved the other. Mary Alice KruegerWashington
The most difficult part of the repair was getting the front panel off. I needed to remove the top of the stove, which was easy but awkward - remove the two screws from each of the four burner bowls. Lift the bowls one by one, disconnect the wire and slide off the small clip under each igniter. Move the bowls and igniters out of the way. You will find a piece of sealant underneath the stove top covering the length of the front panel. You need to gently pry it off by lifting the stove top just enough to break the seal. Once the top is separated just gently move it to the back of the stove. You can now remove the 3 large screws underneath the front panel. There are also 2 screws under the plastic anchors that hold the front panel in place. Be careful, there are hidden screws in the back of each anchor, so don't break them. You just need to loosen them just enough to wiggle the front panel out. With the panel moved, the igniter switches are mounted over each knob. There is a spring washer clip holding them down. Gently pry off the clip of the damaged switch and disconnect the two wires. Make sure you put the wires back in the same order.
No way to adjust mixer tube assembly so the mounting holes will line up with the holes in the burner bowl. Mountingholes in bowl should be slotted to prevent future problems.Had to finally bend the mixer tube mounting bracket enough to get one bowl on. It also made the procelin breakon that bowl because the screw put to much pressure on the side of the hole.Igighter mounting hole out of position just enough to prevent the burner head from sliding over it and sitting onthe mixer tube correctly.I solved this problem by fileing the opening slot for the igniter. Even with the igniters being just a little out ofalignment from the original position they still light well.I did not get new gaskets for the burner bowl but would reccommend that you get them.
Super easy, needed a screw diver and about 5 minutes per burner. (I replaced 4 each) Removed the 2 screws, disconnected and removed igniter. Put a new gasket on new burner bowl, reinstalled/connected igniter, installed the bowl with the 2 screws. Then I removed old knob and replaced with a new knob. New looking cooktop in about 20 minutes. The parts fit and look great.
The replacement part not right size for the porcelain cone for gas. Had to unscrew 2 screws remove the cone, after unclicking gas wire. The gas spreader did not fit with the cone in place.
Real simple to do. Simply remove the two screws holding the bowl and disconnect the electric wire. Obviously first pull the power cord to prevent being shocked.Re-attach the power cord and and screw the bowl tight. Plug in the power cord.
Easy, just remove two top screws, unplug the igniter wire and then do it in reverse. Your're done in less than 15min.
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