Do you carry a white top cover for this gas range. w-28x20.5 depth? Thanks.
Answer Hank, the maintop in white for your model is part number 5303285700. Unfortunately, this item has been discontinued with no further replacements or cross references available and our company is unaware of any other available sources. Sorry about that!
Does anyone make a flat cooktop (30 in.) in gas?
Answer Carole, if your model calls for a flat top we'll need your model number to determine the correct parts. If you are wanting to purchase a new appliance itself you will need to contact the manufacturer of the brand of appliance you would like or visit your local home hardware/appliance stores. Thanks.
I need to change from natural gas to propane. Inside it says to refer to the installation manual but I don't have one and have been unable to locate one online. Can you help?
Answer Hello Gordon! The unit is self adjustable. You'll need to flip the regulator and adjust orifices all the way down and back up 1 1/2 rounds and adjust as needed. Thanks.
What are the dimensions for this item? Thanks.
Answer Hello Elizabeth, I can tell you this is the correct main top 316104301 for model number mpf300pbwd. The main top is "approximately" 30 inches wide by 22 inches front to back.
How can I get one in black?
Answer Hello Jared. Sorry, there is not one available in black.
How do I order the top, and if it shouldn't fit can I return it?
Answer Hello Betty. You can order the main top 316104301 online, or give us a call at 1-877-477-7278 and we will help you order the part. You can return the part if it does not fit the unit. Here is a link to our return policy. Hope this helps. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/customerservice/returns.aspx
I have a Gibson gas range and the top that fits over the burners has rusted and flakes the white enamel off and it also colapsed on the side and is ready to do so on the other side, the rest of the stove is fine why did just the top flake. Can it be replaced and what would the cost be, hopefully cheap so I can afford to replace just the top. I feel it should not have done this. Thank you.
Answer Betty, It's not likely a product issue, at this point. There are several possibilities, and the more common issues are use of oversized pots and pans, and high heat settings causing the top to absorb all the heat and cause the porcelain to graze and "pop" or fall off, Overfilled and oversized soup or stew pots weigh a lot once full. Replacing the cook top would be a better option than replacing the range, approximately $65 to $70.00 plus tax if applicable. Thanks and Good Luck