Electric Range & Cooktop - Replacing Plug-In Surface Burner
To Replace a Plug-In Coil Surface Element:
Make sure all surface element (burner) switches are in the off position and the burner is completely cool.
Place the drip pan/reflector pan into the burner recess opening in the cooktop so the burner receptacle can be seen through the opening in the drip pan/reflector pan.
Insert the terminals of the plug-in burner through the opening in the drip pan/reflector pan and then into the receptacle.
Guide the plug-in burner into place so it fits evenly in the recessed area.
The following videos address how to replace a Plug-In Coil Surface Element:
Models made in 2019 and newer:
Models made before 2019:
The replacement of hard-wired burners will require a technician. For service, please schedule an appointment with GE Appliances Factory Service.