All control knobs may be removed for easy cleaning by
pulling the knob straight off the stem. Be sure that the
knob is in the OFF position before removal
Hint: Slip a thin cloth (such as a handkerchief) or a piece
of string under and around the knob edge and pull up.
the knobs= Replacing
knobs and the spring cUSp on the stems,
1. Match the flat side of the "D" Shaft on the knob to the
flat side of the stem and replace knob.
The cooktop elements can be unplugged and the bowls
removed for cleaning.
Be sure all cooktop
knobs are turned
off and elements
are cool before
t. Grasp element, tilt it upward slightly to clear the
bowl, then pull away from the receptacle. The element
will not sit level when replaced if it is forced too far
upward when removed.
2. For models with porcelain enameled reflector bowls,
remove the chrome trim ring.
3o Lift out the bowl.
Do not put the element Into water. It cleans itself when
heated during normal use.
1. Replace the bowl. Be sure the receptacle is showing
in the bowl opening.
2. Formodels with porcelain enameled reflectorbowis,
replace chrome trim ring.
3. Slide the plug of the element firmly into the receptacle
and lower the element into place.
IMPORTANT: Never operate a cooktop element without
the bowl in place. This can cause scorching of the
cooktop, burning of wiring insulation and loss of energy.
CAUTmON: Do not pug! e_ement up more than
The cooktop lifts up so the cooktop and the area
underneath (burner box bottom) can be cleaned.
Remove four surface units as described above.
To raise the cooktop:
1. Remove knobs.
2. Grasp at the front and lift up.
3_ Raise the support rod into place to hold the cooktop
t. Carefully replace the support rod and lower the
cooktop. Press into place. Make sure the strikes fit
in the catches to fasten the cooktop.
2_ Replace four surface units.
Be sure to secure
rod in the