All control knobs may be removed for easy cleaning by pullrng the knob
straight off the stem. See the cleaning chart on page 14.
Hnt: Slip a thrn cloth (such as a handkerchief)
or a piece of string under
and around the knob edge and pull up.
See cleanrng chart on page 14.
Caution: Read these instructions
before replacing the knobs.
the knobs improperly
will damage the knobs and the spring
clip on the stems. If this happens,
the knobs will fit loosely.
replace the knob:
Look at the stem. It has a groove in each side. The groove IS clear
Check the inside of the knob and find the molded rib.
Replace the knob by fittrng the molded rib instde the knob Into the
clear groove on the stem.
The cooktop elements of open coil element models can be unplugged and
the reflector bowls removed for cleaning.
Be sure all cooktop unit control knobs are turned off and elements are
cool before you remove or replace a cooktop
Never operate a cooktop element without the reflector bowl
in place. This can cause scorching
of the cooktop,
burning of wiring
and loss of energy.
Graso element. tilt it uoward slrahtlv to clear the reflector bowl. then
pull away from the receptacle. 'ih6 element will not sit level when
if it is forced too far upward when removed.
For models with porcelain
bowls, remove the
chrome trim ring. See page 11 on information
about cleaning por-
bowls in self clean cycle.
LIH out the reflector bowLSee the cleaning chart on page 14. Do not
put the element into water. it cleans itself when heated during normal use.
Replace the reflector bowl. Be sure the receptacle IS showrng In the
For models with porcelain enameled reflector bowls, replace chrome
Slrde the plug of the element firmly into the receptacle and lower the
element into place