Question about KitchenAid KERI201P Electric Kitchen Range
We have a range with a dual burner which is stuck on high. Am I looking at a faulty element, receptacle, dial, etc?
SOURCE: Dual element burner not working
You have to use a voltmeter and test the voltage where the wires connect to the element. If you have voltage (probably 240volts) then the switch is good.
You then remove the element, and check it with an ohm meter to verify that the element is open.
Sounds like the switch to me, but you have to check it
Posted on May 01, 2009
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