Re: [DMCForum] Repairing glass top range?
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Re: [DMCForum] Repairing glass top range?



Thanks Lauren!

I superglued (yes, really) the chip back into it and boiled some water
for half an hour on high. Worked just fine, no further cracks, etc.
I'm glad; a new glass top was $440+ installation, at that price I was
just going to buy a new oven.

Get this: We managed to "glue" a glass pot to the burner while making
pastries. Apparently some of the blueberry mixture got under the pot
and just bonded the thing to the surface of the range. I hit the side
of the pot to dislodge it and it took a small chunk of the glass range
top with it.

After a bit of glue it's hard to tell where the problem was. Looks
like I got lucky this time around.

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- Ryan
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On 12/30/05, Lauren <LPLand@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Ryan -- I have a Hotpoint glass top range with a deep scratch clear
> across one burner.  Have been using it that way for several years
> with no problems.  ..................LP
>
>
> > We have a Kenmore glass top range that has a small chip in it, on one
> > of the burners. We have the chip that fell out, it fits back in
> > perfectly. Can this be repaired?
> >
> > Or, is it safe to use that burner with a small chunk of it's glass
> > missing??
>


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