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Back burner not working properly



My KitchenAid electric range, Model # YKERH507AW , back burner burns too hot and can't be regulated.  Also, the switch light stays on all the time.What can I do and how do I get access to the switch?Thank you.Rita

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We have called a technician, who believes it may be the switch.

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