When it comes to kitchen appliances, Crosley is perhaps best known for its Shelvador refrigerator, the first to have shelves on the inside of the door. But the company has also steadily produced ranges and cooktops since the 1930s. In fact, during World War II, in addition to radios and gun turrets Crosley manufactured portable cook stoves for the troops. Today making breakfast, lunch, and dinner is easier for many consumers thanks to Crosley's cooktops with burners and coil heating elements as well as radiant elements on glass surfaces. Whether you need a new surface element or anything else to fix your broken cooktop, from switches and knobs to drip pans and more, we can help.