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KGCS166GSS2 KitchenAid Cooktop

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This black plastic burner knob measures approximately 2 inches in diameter and is a genuine OEM replacement part for your range. The knob is used to adjust the temperature and turn the burner element ...
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This is a genuine OEM Torx screw that measures 7-18 and 3/4-inch. The screw is sold individually and can be used in a variety of appliances. The star shaped head allows the screw to have more torque a...
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Sold Individually. This white knob accepts a D-shaped shaft.
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Follow appropriate safety practices when installing your range screw. Sold individually.
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This kit allows you to convert your appliance from natural gas to liquid propane.
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This double burner grate is a manufacturer-approved replacement part for your gas range. It is matte black in color, and comes with 5 protector pads. This repair is rated as easy by our customers. Mak...
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This burner head can be used for the left rear or right front. Sold individually.
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Gas igniter glows, but will not light
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Customer:
David from Corinth, TX
Parts Used:
WP3191922
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
the knob was melted by a hot pan
popped off the old knobs and put on the new ones in less than a minute
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Customer:
CAROL from ORANGE, CT
Parts Used:
WP3191923
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Stove is over 50 years old, all knobs were broken or worn
Went to a local appliance parts store and could find only black knobs--there were two kinds--one $3 each, the other $8 each. Both kinds looked AWFUL so I went on line and found partselect.com which had suitable knobs at a very reasonable price, ordered them and they were shipped the next day. Who could ask for anything more? The service was terrific.
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Customer:
James from Hurst, TX
Parts Used:
3192157
Difficulty Level:
Difficult
Total Repair Time:
More than 2 hours
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable), Wrench set
Knob on range top did not work.
Since removing the burner valve would disable the cooktop, I ordered the valve first. Unfortunately the valve could not be removed because the screw that hold it in place was frozen to the valve and manifold. I finally had to cut the screw off with a hacksaw. Since the screw is a special screw, substitutions did not work, so I had to o rder the screw and pay shipping a second time. These screws should be included with the valve. Anyway, the hacksaw did some slight damage to the manifold so that the screw did not seal off properly. I had to use a Dremel tool to smooth the surface and then use fiberglass to coat the surface to seal any scratches or potential leaks. I screwed the screw in after applying the fiberglass resin to the manifold surface while the resin was still pliable. This seemed to seal the manifold off so that there is no leak, but it does make me nervous. Because of having to reorder for the additional part, the range top took almost a week to repair and could not be used during that time all because the screw was not included with the burner valve. Also a screw with a larger head would have allowed a larger wrench to be used and the screw could have been removed easily. The screw head was so small that it rounded off from the wrench making it more difficult to remove.
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