Is our glass cook top safe to use if the glass top has a chip?
It is a 36" Kenmore electric cook top model 790.4273, 4274. A porcelain tea kettle boiled dry and a small spot fused to the glass cook top. When the kettle was removed after cooling, a small piece of the glass was crackled, and came off with the tea kettle. Is it still safe to use that burner? The chipped area does not appear to go all the way through, but I don't know if it will crack more if I use it.
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