Model #MGR7662WW0 Maytag free standing, gas

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Wher ecan I find instructions on how to replace the top burner valve for a MAYTAG MGR7662WW0 30" GAS range Attached is a link to the part I need to replace


Replacing that stove top burner valve is a fairly advanced repair. The gas connections will need to be properly leak checked. Improper replacement of this component can result in a fire. Unless you are completely confident in your technical ability to properly replace this component, I recommend that you have a service technician install the gas valve. Here is a link for the Sears Service website in case you need it: Sears Home Services .

Here is a description of the repair that you can use if you are going to complete it yourself:

You will need to unplug the range and shut off the gas supply. Remove the grates and burner caps from the stove top burners. Remove the burner heads as shown in the second image below. You should find two screws in each burner head that need to be removed. Once you remove the burner heads, you should be able to lift the cook top to access the stove top burner valves shown in the first image. Pull the knob off of the burner valve that you are replacing. You will need to use that parts diagram to guide you in disconnecting and gas valve. There is a screw at the top of the pipe manifold that will need to be removed (KEY 1). You will need to remove the fitting that secures the burner tubing to the back of that valve. The burner switch will need to be removed from the front of the valve. Once you remove the existing valve, you can install the new one and leak check the fittings. The method for checking the gas line fittings for leaks is to coat the union with a soapy water solution and look for bubbles after restoring the gas supply. If bubbles appear, then the fitting will need to be tightened to eliminate the leak.

If you are able to properly replace that valve then you can reassemble the range and test it.

If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will try to assist you further.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
April 26, 2011

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