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I have a GE range in which the baking element cracked in one place and needed replaced. I removed the old baking element and was getting ready to install the new one when I noticed that there were not 2...


Hello, welcome to Fixya.

I understand you are replacing your bake element and are uncertain of wire placement, correct ? My first suggestion would be to locate the tech sheet/wiring diagram, or tracing the yellow wire. I suspect the 2 black are "hot" and the yellow (maybe with a green tracer on it?) is ground/earth...though I don't have a diagram either. Let me know what you find and I'll try to help you going forward. Good luck and thanks for choosing FixYa today.

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I am installing the bottom element in my ge range and there are 3 wires 2 black one yellow how do i know which one goes where


All green/yellow wires are earth and they connect to the bracket/frame of the element. If the element only has 2 spade terminals it doesn't matter which way the 2 blacks go, the element has no polarity.

Mar 04, 2011 | Kitchen Ranges

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Tryin to replace heating element. I have 3 wires. 2 black and one yellow. How do I hook them up?


The yellow wire should be the earth wire. Earth is generally yellow/green or just green. This goes onto the frame of the element. The other wires go onto the main 2 pins of the element. There is no polarity so it doesn't matter which order you put them in.

Feb 10, 2011 | GE Ovens

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GE Oven # J BP65G V1AD. Wires burned through 2" behind attachment point to element. replaced wire with 14 awg stranded high heat nickel appliance wire. In process I erased the pencil mark...


normally theres 2 wires on the right side spade lug looking in from the oven front where it plugs in and both of the bake elements have a black wire on the spades and the right side has 2 wires off that terminal,but to simplify the correct connection take a volt-meter (NOT connecting the element) and connect to the single black wire on the left spade on the element on one meter probe and connect the right side to the other wires at a time and then switch on the oven and broiler at separate times and see which wires read 240volts when that switch is energized at that time

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I replaced the heating elements(2) and switiches(2) on my Rudd electric hot water heater. Model PES 40-2. The switghes came with several wiring diagrams.(universal) Can I get a diagram specific to my...


Residential water heaters USUALLY follow same diagram unless water heater is wired for other purpose. Multiple diagrams on instructions show available options. Take photo of wiring before removing wires on any electrical device.
Upper element.
Black wire from top of heater connects to #1 top left screw.
Red wire from top connects to #3 top right screw.
Blue wire from upper element connects to #4 middle screw on right side
Red wire from lower element connects to #4 middle screw on right side
Yellow wire from upper element connects to #2 lower left screw
Black wire from lower thermostat connects to #4 lower right screw
Upper element: Yellow and Blue wires connect to either screw
Lower element: Red wire from top connects to either screw
Lower thermostat: Black wire from top connects to top screw
Short wire between lower thermostat and lower element

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http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-water-heater-thermostats.html

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SMEG SUK61MFX


silly boy!
the element is probably ok as what you did will not damage it.
the green/yellow wire should go to the base plate and if there is no connector for it, just use one of the fixing bolts. the other two wires go to each end of the element

Sep 06, 2008 | Smeg SE250XUK Stainless Steel Electric...

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Yellow caution light


I also have the model 5620. with the yellow caution light on. After taking the unit completely apart I found 2 thermal fuses on the bottom of the unit(appox. size of a nickel). They are located under 'U" shaped brackets which are below the medal heating element. The thermal fuses do not reset. you could test them with a drip or two of souder or wire on the top - if you ran the heater this way it would be a safety problem as the fuse would be overridden. I am throwning mine away.

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