Samsung Electric Cooktop - Surface is peeling, bubbling, or cloudy
The smooth sleek finish of your electric or induction cooktop surface can put a real shine in your kitchen, but if not taken care of properly, stains and other marks can mar its surface.
The provided information refers to cooktops sold in Canada. The available settings and options may differ for appliances sold in other countries.
There is actually a grid-like layer between the cooktop surface and the burner, so if it appears like the burner element has a pattern to it, this is completely normal and does not indicate a defect in the glass.
Any other marks, spots, bubbling, or cloudiness on the cooktop surface that cannot be cleaned off are considered cosmetic damage and are not covered by warranty. In most cases the only way to fix the damage is to replace the entire cooktop surface.
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