I see previous answer that says the burner is removed by twisting so I assume it is a threaded connection and the burner could be removed with large adjustable pliers or a pipe wrench. Is this correct? Also is any kind of pipe sealant needed for installing the new ones?
The burner head has 3 spots that protrude to allow the head to lock into place. There is no putty or anything that would be used on it and you would not want to use a wrench or adjustable pliers on it as it will damage the enamel and burner head. If you have a rubber jar opener you would want to try to use this.
Can I replace the gasket under the grey ring a little flame shoots out.
If you are referring to the burner gasket then the part has been discontinued with no manufacturer replacement.
I have a Magic Chef stove top gas, model #8351VV. I am buying the 4 burners from you because the ignitor sparks but does not light the stove. The tubes around the sparker is broken. I need to also replace the plastic gasket ring that is under each burner. You don't have them listed. Where can I get them?
Answer Hello Frank,
The plastic rings are actually rubber. When they get old they kind of change into hard stuff that resembles plastic. As for your question, the manufacturer discontinued these because they just hold grease and bacteria. They are not needed and you should just re-assemble the unit without them.