Question about Kenmore Kitchen Ranges
Burner element has been replaced . Still doesn't work. No voltage on burner terminals with switch on. Wires checked for continuity with vom.
What should I do next. Thanks Richard
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You don't have to look for a certain resistence on the element, just continuity. If you have a digital meter it should beep when you check across the terminals. You can check for voltage also, 240 volts constant, it doesn't change with temp.
You can turn power off to stove, remove element, turn power back on, and do these checks, but it is safer to pull the stove out, remove the back and check from there. There will be 120v at element even when it is off unless control has double line relay, don't take the chance.
Let me know what you find.
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