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Old 02-01-2011, 04:49 PM
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Hi!
I have GE Profile gas cooktop need to replace switch. The model #: JGP336WED1WW.

I noticed that glass and burner box are together in one piece, and I don't know how to open the glass.
Can you provide me the instruction to open the glass and put it back after I fix?
Is it adhesive or other locking?

Thank you!

-Tony


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Hi!
I have GE Profile gas cooktop need to replace switch. The model #: JGP336WED1WW.

I noticed that glass and burner box are together in one piece, and I don't know how to open the glass.
Can you provide me the instruction to open the glass and put it back after I fix?
Is it adhesive or other locking?

Thank you!

-Tony

Tony,

Presuming the cooktop is properly installed,

Unplug the power cord / turn off the power to the cooktop.

Remove the burner valve knobs, grates and burner caps.

Remove the two screws holding the burner base to the drip bowl on all the burners
(make sure you label the location of the burner base, caps , bowls, and wires ,you will need a putty knife, as well)

Remove the drip bowl assemblies(if they are stuck to the glass,use the putty knife) disconnect the igniter wire(s) from the porcelain igniter electrode.

With a putty knife(or simillar tool) CAREFULLY insert the tool between the glass and the metal burner box frame, to release the foam seal tape, and slowly, carefully lift up on the glass panel.

Perform the repair and reverse the procedure, and test the unit.

In addition to the part(s) you have, you'll also need the following seals,

Glass to countertop seal

Part number: AP2634968

Part number: AP2634968


Glass to burner box frame seal

Part number: AP2016094

Part number: AP2016094


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Hi! Joe,
Thank you so much for your reply with detail instruction!
I'll give it try and let you know results.

-Tony
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Hi! Joe,
Thank you so much for your reply with detail instruction!
I'll give it try and let you know results.

-Tony

Tony,

Great ,

Just be careful with the glass, it's temperred glass, and you never know.

Will keep an eye out for your next post.

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Joe, I received the replacement part, but it comes with the full metal suround. I have taken out the old cracked assembly and it looks like I have to undo the electonics. I have gotten all the clips/screws holding down the heating elements, but I can't seem to get the little beige electonic box out of it's place so that I can move all the heating elements to the new top. It's plastic and I want to proceed with caution - any hints?
Tanks
Figured it out
Thanks

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Joe, I received the replacement part, but it comes with the full metal suround. I have taken out the old cracked assembly and it looks like I have to undo the electonics. I have gotten all the clips/screws holding down the heating elements, but I can't seem to get the little beige electonic box out of it's place so that I can move all the heating elements to the new top. It's plastic and I want to proceed with caution - any hints?
Tanks
Figured it out
Thanks

Great job,

So you're up and running, It wasn't really that hard, it just sounded bad.

Good Luck,

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not quite yet. When I put the unit back together, the front panel is not fitting as tight as it should. It kind of pops up. I thought I followed the screw pattern correctly, but not sure what to do next. I have yet turned on the power to the unit.
Thoughts?
Thanks
the job is done - and it works! I am proud of myself!
Thanks

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not quite yet. When I put the unit back together, the front panel is not fitting as tight as it should. It kind of pops up. I thought I followed the screw pattern correctly, but not sure what to do next. I have yet turned on the power to the unit.
Thoughts?
Thanks
the job is done - and it works! I am proud of myself!
Thanks
What did you find on the control panel alignment.

Great , and of course it works, you should be proud of yourself.

You're welcome,
It was my pleasure to assist.

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I had not attached the screws correctly. Just needed to make sure they were threaded into the correct area. Thanks again.
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I had not attached the screws correctly. Just needed to make sure they were threaded into the correct area. Thanks again.
Good deal,

Nothing major, thank goodness.

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