We have this Amana gas range which is a slide in type and it is
really old looking.
It is white and the burner bowls have taken a beating and I just can't
clean them. I also cannot find replacement parts. I can find them in
black, but it's not even clear if they are the right size and the
women on the phone couldn't really figure that out either. Mine are
two different sizes because the burners on this stove are different on
Next appliances will definitely not be white!
Other than these burner bowls, there are two plastic end caps that I
can buy for - get this - $100!!!! They are plastic. And they're small
two. But the stove looks awful with the busted ones we have on there.
Aside from that it needs 4 knobs in the front beause my wife took them
off when the kids were young and they are lost now.
Other than that the stove looks pretty good and I hate to spend the
money on a new one, not to mention the hassle of having someone
deliver a new one and making sure it fits right with our counter
tops. I'm sure that should be reasonably easy to do but who knows.
I don't think I can paint the burner bowl things because of the heat
from the flame.
So for the price of two end caps, 4 knobs, and 2 burner bowls - if I
can find them, I will have a much better looking stove.
Anybody have any ideas for what to do about these burner bowl things?
Here's a link with a picture of them:
Would appreciate any suggestions on what to do about the burner bowls.