- Carefully remove the damaged knob by easing it off with your fingers. Make sure you don’t turn the gas on while you do this.
- Clean the area behind the removed knob and the spindle it was on
- Look at the back of the new knob and the connector it’ll sit on - you’ll see it can only be attached when both are lined up
- Align the new controller to the off position; this should let you slide it on easily. Adjust the angle slightly until it properly connects. Make sure it’s securely on.
You can replace all the other controls in a similar way.
Multi-tasking? There’s nothing to it.