Replaced 2 burner bowls and 3 burner grates which had chipped enamel and burned on food residue
Stanley U. • Escondido, CA • September 28, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Gas Range JGP636WEV7WW
My Repair & Advice
I cleaned the whole cooktop - burner by burner - replacing parts as I went along. The burner grates just replace - no install. For the burner bowls, I disconnected the cooktop from the outlet then removed burner grate, cap, and head which lifted off. Removed two screws holding bowl in place. Bowl lifts out at this point but spark igniter wire is attached. Had to figure out how to disconnect wire from bottom of spark igniter. It pulls out of the bottom. Removed the clip holding spark igniter in place. Removes the seal from around the bottom edge of the bowl - cleaned in soapy water. Installed seal to bottom edge of new burner bowl. Installed spark igniter to new bowl with clip (remove from old bowl) and reconnected wire. Put new bowl in place with two removed screws. Put burner head, cap and grate back in place. Reconnected cooktop to outlet. Turned on burner and it worked fine.