02:24AM | 11/14/07
Member Since: 11/13/07
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Does anyone know how to replace a flat glass or ceramic cooktop? I dropped a salt shaker on my kenmore elite stove, and the glass cooktop cracked across the entire width of the cooktop. I have found the correct replacement part, but would like to try to replace it myself. Any advice would be so appreciated!! Thanks.


11:32AM | 11/14/07
Member Since: 11/11/02
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That would depend on the exact model number of appliance in question, whom made it for Sears and how it was designed. Unfortunately, even with that information I doubt I could tell you exactly how to go about that particular job. Many glass tops on electric ranges (if that's what you have) have screws under the front edge.


Dan O.

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09:57AM | 04/20/09
Member Since: 04/19/09
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Can you tell me where to buy the glass top. I went online and only find the glass top and frame as a unit. I just need the glass piece.

thanks kenney


10:08AM | 04/20/09
Member Since: 11/11/02
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** Can you tell me where to buy the glass top **

Not without knowing whom made it for Sears which can only be determined with the appliance's complete model number. (Hint: Post that information so we can look into what appliance you're dealing with.)

** I [can] only find the glass top and frame as a unit. I just need the glass piece. **

That may be the only way it's available but without being able to look it up, I couldn't say for sure.


Dan O.

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