Jenn Air Range/Stove/Oven Model W238 Parts

Jenn Air Range/Stove/Oven Model W238 Parts
Brand:Jenn Air
Model:W238
Product:Range/Stove/Oven
Subtype:Electric Cooktop

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$34.49

Grease filter for Jenn Air downdraft vent hood. Measures approximately 14 x 11 3/8. Washable.

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$267.84

Stainless steel stove top burner cartridge assembly with coil style elements. This cartridge has 4 spades, 3 flat and one round. *If the cartridge being replaced has 5 spades see Item #3019566.

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$486.24

Black glass stove top burner cartridge assembly with large & small radiant style elements. This cartridge has 4 spades, 3 flat and one round.

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$61.98

Surface element control switch, double flat shaft, nut mounted

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$484.71

Stove cartridge assembly, white. This is a complete replacement for the radiant elements on a cooktop. Features a 8-inch radiant element and a 6-inch radiant element.

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$37.80

Ceramic terminal block for element cartridge. *No spades or wiring.

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$70.84

White Jenn Air Griddle Cover. Add some work space to your kitchen counter by covering your electric cooktop with this cover. This cover also keeps your griddle or grill dust free and ready to use for the next meal you cook. For black cover, see related items below.

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Jenn Air Range/Stove/Oven Model W238 Parts

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