Zero Knievel Posted February 23 Share Posted February 23 The range top sits in the hole cut into the new countertop. It’s larger than needed, so the range top shifts from time to time. Mom doesn’t want to bolt it down in case it ever needs replacement and the replacement’s footprint doesn’t match for holes. I bought some Permatex Clear RTV Silicone. My thought was to apply a dab at the front corners, and when it cures, it will be a strong enough hold to prevent it slipping. I’m concerned about heat, but if the burners emitted that much heat at the countertop level, the range top would be too hot to touch and the counter would melt. Thoughts? If not this, what product would be better? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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