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 Posted: Mon Nov 1st, 2010 05:03 pm
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Hello Gurus,

Regarding Dual Oven, Standalone Stove:

          Magic Chef
          Model# 24JA-7CKXW
          Sealed Gas Burner Removal
          Purchased:  11/4/1991

How do I remove the sealed gas burners with ignitors?

I have read here that removal of the  gas burner with spark ignitor for "similar" stovetops(aka Maytag) requires 1/4 counterclockwise turn of the burner.

I don't think that is the case with mine, but maybe I have to give it a bigger yank and a bigger tug.  Each burner has 3 screws under their "beauty" rims.  Not sure whether these have to be removed.

I am sure the rims were meant to protect the screws from rusting, so when someone goes to remove them the heads don't bust off.   GOOD JOB SHERLOCK...that  sure didn't work.   I would like to meet the Bozo who designed that.  But he probably works for Microsoft,  designing that new ribbon interface...but I digress.

In any case, advise for burner removal is appreciated.

Additionally, because the back burners are never  used, I was thinking of moving the back burners to the front, and front burners to the back.  Is this a reasonable move?

Gratzi.

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Cannot find your exact model,  used model #24MA-7CKXWV8........... You have a micro-wave over the range ??  Is part number ( burner,  view at repairclinic. )....... p/n  3412D024-09. what you have ????  The parts / diagram / exploded view  does not indicate how the cooktop is attached, 

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Definetely a 24JA. If you do a search for 24JA parts do come up.

Part that I would most likely install is here:

http://www.repairclinic.com/Shop-For-Parts?s=t-24ja-%3d%3d&n=2

It is a double range gas stove. Small gas range on top, broiler and oven on the bottom, 4 burners, about 66" tall.

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Also, on your model number, you added a    V8   .  Perhaps that is the issue.

Thanks for your help!!!

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The three screws around each burner, (under the trim rings), have to be removed to be able to lift the cooktop to replace ignitors or gas valves.

I can almost guarantee you that all or at least most of those screw heads are going to snap off before they every start turning to screw out.

If you've got a lot of time and patients you might be able to get the old rusted screws out using penetrating fluid and maybe with vise grips grabbing the end of the screw that protrudes thru the bottom of the burner.   If you try to drill them out without using a drill press and the burner held firmly in place you will just slide off the screw and drill thru the soft aluminum then won't be able to remount the burner heads to the cooktop correctly.

You could end up having to replace all four burners which could get very expensive.

$87.00 each
http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Gas-Burner-or-Control-Component/707527



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I was curious how the oven top came off.  As long as it is only the 12 screws holding the burners in place, I can deal with that.

When we bought the stove, I first thought  how STUPID these sealed burners are.  But then I felt, well these guys build THOUSANDS of stoves.  They must know what they are doing.

Yeah.  Just like the guys who made the Pacer, Pinto....and Pontiac.

Thanks.

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