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Knobs for GE gas cooktop model # JGP933WEC2WW

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My dear wife managed to melt two of the plastic knobs for our GE gas cooktop model # JGP933WEC2WW, also known as JGP933.

I like to use the links on this website to buy parts from RepairClinic.com because:

  1. The Samurai gets a small commission when I use his link, and
  2. It just so happens that RepairClinic is about a 30-minute drive, so I can get the parts same-day if I need them. Even when I have a part shipped, it only takes 1 days to get it.

Anyway, it turns out that the knobs are a whopping $17.35 each! That's a lot of money for a tiny piece of plastic and an even tinier piece of metal.

Do less expensive knobs exist? Maybe something generic?

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

Maybe if you don't mind black Knobs .....

Well, I wouldn't mind, but my wife would! In any event, your posts made me think to search repairclinic.com for all GE range/stove/oven "knob, dial, or button parts," and I found several that look identical, and which costs under $4 each!

I think I'm going to order this one for $3.30.

Thank you! (And if you ever need Mac help, feel free to ask!)

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I think I'm going to order this one for $3.30.

Don't think that one will work as it is for an electric range and has an "H" shaped opening (see close-ups). the White knobs that I posted were the best I could come up with that look like they will fit, and are significantly less expensive.

Your Knobs have a "large D" shaped hole, and it is also important to match the flat spot in relation to the knob's indicator

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