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Great old Jenn Air range needs advice!

We bought a house with a oldie, but a goodie Jenn Air S100 electric range. At first the large front burner would not get very hot. we called home warranty folks, they sent out your approved DK Services (Jim, nice man!) and he replaced both switches, (infiniti 703650) in the module.

Both back and front burners worked fine at first, then the front burner would not turn off. we had to carefully pull out the whole module to get it to go off. Jim came back out and replaced the front burner switch and then it was OK for a short while. Now it;s doing it again!

we are wondering if the burners require DIFFERENT switches from each other? is there any other reason or part that could be causing this??? Do you know the correct replacement part numbers? ...or have a parts list for this paticular model??
thanks!

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YES THEY USE DIFRENT SWITCHES AND IF THE 1 YOU HAVE PROBLEN IS THE DUAL BURNER THER IS A SERVISE FLACH ON IT YOU NEED TO GO TO SERVISE MATER.COM AND FIND THE UPGRATE

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