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Rust spots will only occur after the finish is damaged or just simply fail. This is not common for GE or other manufacturers. But I would not be surprised in the quality of workmanship is slipping for all manufacturers.
When the burner arced out it probably also ruined the switch. Most switches on a standard electric range have 5 wires. 2 wires to the burner. 2 hot wires from power and a smaller wire which connects to the indicator light marked P. It is easy to test the switch Unplug the stove. Turn the suspect switch on wide open. Check for continuity between the 2 terminals going out to the burner marked H1 and H2 If you cannot get a reading then the switch has failed. Note: when replacing the switch usually on most stove the replacement will not be or look like the original HOWEVER it will still have L1 and L2 H1 and H2 and P but the terminals are not always in the same order. If you fail to correctly connect the new switch you will fry 2 switches when both get turned on. Ouch!
so the whole is 28" and the range is 30" this sounds like a carpentry task or exchanging for a differnt stove really nothing you can do to the stove I being a carpenter as well as an appliance repairman have cut the counters shorter in order to fit a stove if your not used to doing finish carpentry hire a carpenter it will be well worth the money and shouldn't cost that much to shave off two inches. please message me back if you have any furhter questions and please remember to rank this opinion Thanks again
Maintop Filler Kit for GE slide-in range JSP42SNSS was missing. I am not sure why your response to a simple question (in a form of a question/offer to sign up for Premium Assistance Plan) referred to a different model number for a gas kitchen range (mine is electric!).
I fixed it myself. I bought a piece of 2"x2" sheet metal angle, painted it black and attached it to the wall behind the range to close the gap.
No need to bother your "Elite Experts" and pay $19.99.
svineyardWelcome to fixya. I'm Huuum and happy to assist you,
You said, Y inherited a GE Spectra XL44 in the home I recently bought so you don't know much about it. There is a pan stuck in the storage
drawer and You can only open the drawer about an inch and a half before
You need two people. One strong person to slide the range forward, so he can tilt the range far enough back, that you can access the drawer from the bottom and the pan will fall back inside the drawer as you pull the drawer forward and out enough for you to reach the pan and turn it around or what ever you need to do to get it out! Bravo, I want to hear that you succeed! Be careful not to hurt your self. Bless You Huuum. Please do not forget to leave a rating when you are done.!!!!!!!!
We have the same Electolux range.....it is supposed to fit about 2 inched from back wall......your granite installer will have to fit a piece of granite behind the range. Yes, it is proper to have the plug installed. The plug is not part of the range package and will have to be purchased seperately if your installer does not use the plug from your old unit.
We are on our second slide in with wave touch controls.......we hope you have better luck that we've had. Ceramic cooktops do not seem to be level on all units. The bottom oven has locked up on both ovens and cause burned foods.....Electrolux has problems that aren't acknowledging as yet..........good luck
If the ceramic ring you're talking about is around the far outside of the element, then it being broken isn't a big deal (as long as pieces aren't missing). Its just an insulator.
If the knob is stripped, how are you turning the burner on? Are you sure the problem is the element and not the knob?
Either way, since your "friend" cut the wire, the element is not going to work properly. The crimp connections are designed to be removed and replaced, and the element is not going to come with any additional parts. Go to Radio Shack or an auto parts store and get a replacement crimp connector. You'll have to strip and recrimp a connector on the wire your friend cut. The wire may not be long enough now, though, so you'll have to twist the element while installing it so that the wire will reach. This should be fine as there's plenty of room to spin the element around.