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    Default glass/ceramic tops

    Anyway of removing these tops so they can be replaced with a top from another stove? Heat gun?

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    From a frame?...maybe, but these are normally silicone glued to the metal frame.

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    Thanks Jeff. I think I will experiment with a broken one and a heat gun. Might be some kind of high heat resistant silicone being it is used on stove tops.

    Might do a hybrid with a white cabinet and a black top.

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    Being a stove that heats up I would not expect any type of heat to release the glue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisb View Post
    Being a stove that heats up I would not expect any type of heat to release the glue.
    Me either.

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