Yesterday, our glass top stove had a burner stop working. I was wondering why it was taking so long to bring the water to a boil. It turned out that burner quite part way through. The hot element warning light was on, so it must have failed part way through the cooking. Looking ta some Youtube videos, replacing the burner doesn’t appear to be too difficult Open it up, remove it from a mounting bracket and unplug some wires then do it in reverse. It doesn’t seem to be any more complex that swapping a hard drive.
Has anybody done this particular repair before? Are there any things to look out for?
My stove is a Kenmore, so I’ll need to figure out what stove it is based from to figure out the part I need.