Question about Kitchen Ranges
Check for power at the burner if none there take off the top back panel and check for power at the switch coming in and going to the burner. if you have power in and not out then the switch need to be replaced (i like to change all 4 as a set). if there is no power going into a switch then trace the wire back to a broken wire good luck
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi - From what you have described the range could possibly be experiencing a faulty element/sensor or the communication to the element from the control board is now compromised. If you are referring to the left front element, the part number is 318178110/MSRP: $65.86. Right front element, part number 316224201/MSRP: $89.60. I would suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately and properly diagnose the range.
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