This burner bowl is also known as a burner drip bowl or burner drip pan, and is designed for use with your cooktop or range. It is black in color and is approximately 6 inches in diameter. It can be found beneath the element and catches spills. If your old burner bowl is damaged or missing, you may need to replace it with this part.
I am looking to replace my drip pans on my GE stove. My burners have 3 hinges on my burner, but these look like they only have 2 holes. I bought some other pans and the hinges did not line up with the holes and therefore my burners don't lie flat. Will these work for my GE stove?
Hello Wes, thank you for contacting us, In order for us to locate the correct parts and repair information we will require the model number of the unit. Once you have located the model number please feel free to resubmit the question and we will be happy to help you. Look forward to hearing from you!
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July 10, 2019
I am looking to replace the drip pans for my GE electric stove jbp23dr3ww. The burner has 3 hinges and the aftermarket pans that I bought had 3 holes but they do not line up so my burner sits unevenly. Will these pans work for me?
For model number JBP23DR3WW
Hello Wes, Thank you for contacting us. I have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you are looking for is PartSelect Number: PS244394 for the 6" bowl and PartSelect Number: PS244395 for the 8:. Hope this helps!
Looking for drip pans. Is black available?. Need 2-6 ", 1-8 ", and 1-8” for burner that is flexible
For model number GE JB600G
Hello Frances, thank you for your question. The pans are not available in black. However, in addition to being sold individually in chrome, we have a kit of 2 small and 2 large as part PS8753326. We are pleased to have been able to help.
Replacing your General Electric Range Burner Bowl - 6 Inch
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Only instructions I have has nothing to do with installation. But I'd like to suggest that you find a better shipping method. Placed my order on Feb. 7, received message later same day that it'd shipped. I didn't receive it until Feb. 16th -- very poor delivery service.
The rusted burner bowls were a given, simple remove and replace. The bake element was bad, meaning the loop was open (cracked). The element replacement should have been easier if I had read all of the feed back given on the reviews. The number one thing I must stress is that the stove needs to be powered down. Either via breaker or unplugged. I found out the hard way and had sparks flying all over the place. I figured that with the oven in the off position the element had no power, boy was I wrong! Don't ever assume that the appliance was designed for safety! I pulled out the stove and unplugged it, after that the replacement was very easy. One 1/4" nut driver was all that was needed.
Simply removed the screws from the oven ceiling, there was 2. My 9 year old son did this and then removed the 2 from the back where attached. I had to lean in and remove the last screw in the middle holding the heating element into place. This is all after taking out the oven and unplugging it. Once the screws are removed, it pulls right out from the foam and you "unplug" the 2 electical heat elements attached to both ends of the conduits. Take out broken one and replace new one the same way. This was our first time, repairing an appliance and it went well
I just removed the range elements and old bowls, placed the new bowls into the range top, and inserted the heating elements. What surprised me was the quickness in filling the order. I had the new parts the next day! Great!
The stove's burner bowls were dirty and old and the chrome was gone where the cooking drippings had collected under the previous owner's usage.
We simply typed in the model of the range and several selections of replacements came up on your website. We ordered the black porcelain ones to replace the old chrome ones, thinking they might hold up better and be easier to clean. They look great and I really think they WILL be easy to wipe up. Thank you, Part Select! Patty in Indiana
For 12 years I've been suffering with the incorrect burner bowls...I love to cook and it's really irritating when your bowls don't fit correctly. Now, I am amazed at how my burners fit! Thank you! What a Blessing!