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Old 07-06-2012, 06:56 AM   #1
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Magic Chef 4 Burner Stove Question

I noticed last night, the rigid cover on my 4 burner Magic Chef stove top is fatigued/ torn on the rear edge. As a result of the tear, it allows the back segment of the cover to sag, and looks bad. I bent it back into place and with the weight of anything placed on top, it immediately sags again.
My question is this... is this cover universal between 3 and 4 burner models? Is this common? Never heard of this defect before.

Anyone have a good one to offer for sale?

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Old 07-06-2012, 07:37 AM   #2
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If your stove cover is stamped steel like ours, a good welder could probably repair it for you. Emphasis on good. You need someone with experience in welding thin metal.

Of course, the heat would destroy the paint in that area, so you'd have to re-paint the stove cover.
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