Parts

No parts required.

Introduction

This repair/ replacement may be needed if the lettering on the knobs have worn off or if the knobs have been snapped off.

Image 1/2: Remove cooking plates by pushing in the tabs on each side of the plate at the same time. Image 2/2: Remove cooking plates by pushing in the tabs on each side of the plate at the same time.
  • Ensure device is turned unplugged, cooled down and clean before attempting any replacements.

  • Remove cooking plates by pushing in the tabs on each side of the plate at the same time.

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  • Remove the six 5.5mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the bottom heating coil to the device.

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  • Remove the four 30 mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the bottom heating apparatus.

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Image 1/1: After removing the center screw the metal plate should be free to remove.
  • Remove the single 5.5 mm Phillips #2 screw next to center black button.

  • After removing the center screw the metal plate should be free to remove.

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Image 1/2: Realign all surface and put device back together making sure all parts are lined up and heating surfaces are making contact. Image 2/2: The aligned parts will allow the cooking surfaces to work properly.
  • Lift the bottom heating apparatus up and remove large black center piece by pushing down on black button while sliding out.

  • Realign all surface and put device back together making sure all parts are lined up and heating surfaces are making contact.

  • The aligned parts will allow the cooking surfaces to work properly.

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Image 1/1: Move the circuit board to the side so it is out of the way.
  • Remove the two 6 mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the knob circuit board.

  • Move the circuit board to the side so it is out of the way.

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  • Remove the two 6 mm Phillips #2 screws that secure the white plastic LED holder.

This would be helpful except that I need the knobs !

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  • Pinch back plastic arms on knob while pulling out the knob.

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  • Pop the new knob back into the hole and the repair is complete.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Where do you find the replacement knobs?

Chris Reece - Reply

im in same boat can't find the dials/knobs- 2 of mine are broken and useless

Mark Stevens - Reply

Cuisinart offers NO help. I will have to toss out a $100.00 unit over a $2.00 part.

Nick - Reply

I have several cuisinart appliances. I won't ever buy another. I need one replacement knob, the best they can do is 20 percent off on a new griddler . I can get that from bed bath and beyond. Thanks cuisinart, finding new brands. Cuisinart is dead to me.

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