The rubber grate feet fit a little loose. What kind of glue can I use to secure a tighter fit?
Answer Hello! You can use a high temp rtv sealer part number 8201711. Thanks!
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Twice a grate foot has dislodged and I was lucky to find them. I'm thinking I could use some spares -- but not for the found price! Is it possible that some other manufacturer's feet might work? Many thanks, Sherry
Answer Hello Sherry! Unfortunately, we can only guarantee the grate feet listed for your appliance as a replacement part. You can purchase a kit with adhesive part number 5304475129 or the feet separately as part number 316246800. I do apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your inquiry.
I have a Kitchen Aid stove with cast iron cooking grates with rubber feet. Some of the rubber feet are missing. I'm looking for a replacement for these feet. HELP!
Answer Hello Dennis! Unfortunately, the burner grate foot 9759322 has been discontinued and is no longer available. The only way to obtain the rubber feet is to purchase a replacement grate part number W10115928. Sorry about that!
What is the procedure for replacing the grate rubber feet on my cooktop.
You would just pull the old feet out and push the new rubber feet in. If they do not stay then they would require a high temp adhesive to hold them in place.
What part # would I use for the model no quoted for burner feet, there are two burner racks consisting of four feet per rack?
Answer Cecilia, the grate foot for your model is part number WB02T10461. This item comes one per package. The adhesive to hold the grate feet to the grate is part number WB64X10005. Thanks.