My empty enameled teapot burned enamel off of it's bottom and onto the back burner heating coil. How do I get the enamel off of the back burner? The baking powder paste idea didn't work. Do I just leave the enamel on the burner and hope the enamel doesn't transfer to any other pot or pan?
Answer Hello Anne,
The only way I know of to certainly get rid of the enamel is to replace the burner coil. Since the part has been dis-continued with no satisfactory substitution, the only choice you would have is to settle for a coil that isn't recommended for the unit or allow it to remain as it is and try not to use it with good pots/pans.
What is the difference between AP4292637 and AP4283500?
Answer Hello Jim! The 6" burner part number Y707727 is a wire in element unlike the 6" element part number Y04100165 that is a plug in element. Hope this information helps you, thanks!