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<p style="text-align: left;">Our Counter Top around the stove is discoloring. Sort of an orange color. We noticed it the first day but thought We would be able to clean it. Unfortunately it seems to be spreading.</p>

Anyone know or have this happen?

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Nothing on mine, but, I have a relatively dark color to start with.  I'd contact Jason in the Service department - their toll-free number is listed at the top of this page.

 

Good luck!

 

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I would surmise a guess that it’s heat related.

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Yea Scuba, I would agree.  Possibly a heavy skillet pulled off the burner to cool.  Could radiate enough heat back to the fiberglass just 3/16" below the rim of the cook top.


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It looks to me like heat going horizontally from the fire under the pan, heating the edge of the countertop nearest the stove. The main discoloration being adjacent to the primarily used burner.  Do you use a wide diameter pan whose edge is near the countertop?

 

There is a minor amount of discoloration beginning to manifest itself near the other burner.

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It started before cooking. No heavy skillet and definitely not put or pulled onto counter to cool. I do believe it has to do with burner/heat.

 

Thinking started when we did orientation. First noticed at state park and had never used stove top.

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That is a manufacturing defect that likely occurred when the opening for the stove was cut. I'd guess the counter top was still a little "green" when the opening was cut and air got between the gelcoat and substrate. OTT will replace it, just ask.

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