Question about Belling Kitchen Ranges
Generally, grill elements have only two connections and they go to the main power switch controlling the oven. Usually, there is a diagram pasted on the rear panel of ovens or just inside the control panel cover. If you think the element is bad, remove it and test it with an ohm meter. If it is 'open' replace it. If it is not physically damaged or shows an ohm reading, it is likely good.
If the question is the connections, cut the power and visually inspect then trace the switch with the diagram. Look for corroded contacts where the element is plugged in. If the unit uses a relay...electronics...those may and do fail. Sometimes, you can get a similar replacement unit without getting a circuit board or find a rebuilder.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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