You should be aware that the links to the photos you posted turn out to
be about 1 inch wide by 3/4 inch high, and are too small to see
If it were me, I would find out who Frigidaire's factory authorized
dealership in your area is, and ask them to come down to take a look at
Frigidaire is a reputable company, but you're probably talking to the
1-800 customer service reps who don't know squat and don't have the
authority to send you new parts.
The guy from the Frigidaire factory authorized repair depot could
probably be talked into installing new parts for you, but he's going to
be suspicious that you're doing something funky with the stove that no
one else does that's causing the problem, so you need to assure him
you're not. And, of course, he's only going to replace those parts for
you once... if the same thing happens to those parts, he's going to
suspect you're doing something on that stove that no one else is.
I would contact the Frigidaire factory authorized service depot in your
area and have the owner of that local appliance repair shop take a look
at your stove himself. His word will carry a lot more clout with
Frigidaire than either yours or the 1-800 customer service monkey.
I bought a 1982 Toyota Corolla as a used car in 1984. A few years after
buying it, bubbles started forming in the front windshield. I took it
to my local Toyota dealership, and they sent a guy out to look for
himself, and that guy told me to give his signed card to the service
manager at that local dealership and they replaced the windshield free
of charge. It was a defective windshield, but they could see that
there's no way that should happen, and there's no way I could be causing
that to happen, so they just accepted that it was a defect and fixed it
for me free, even though there was no warranty on the car at the time.