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Glass top stove replacement

Serial GrillerSerial Griller Posts: 1,186
edited 7:30AM in Off Topic
Our glass top on our stove cracked Saturday. :(
Anyone on here replaced one themselves.It still works..just can't spill anything on it! ;)
I know..no worries..leave it be...use the egg :)
Jon

Comments

  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    Do you want to stay with electric? I have one and can't stand it. Gas is what I will be going to, when the time comes.

    Switching a new one out for the old should be something that you could handle. Just get the right circuit shut down first. ;) Assuming it is direct wired.
  • Hi Adam,
    We just replaced the heating element in the oven .Don't really want to buy a new one at this point unless the glass top is very expensive. My next stove will not have a glass top.
    Jon
  • Rolling EggRolling Egg Posts: 1,995
    Yea I had to replace mine about a year ago. The wife set a bag of can goods down on it and it broke the corner off. I want to think mine cost about 140.00 Its a frigidaire. Me and my father replaced it and it took about 30 minutes.Mine just slid right out of the cabinet and we set it in the floor. It has a bunch of small screws around the perimeter of the stove. Nothing major though.
  • Going to get a new stove..it's less expensive ($500-800) with coil burners.Would like gas but it's not an option.
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