Question about Kitchen Ranges
We have a GE Profile (mid-90's) range, with a smooth cooktop. One of the burners (back left) is a dual-element, however it seems to be wired backwards to the switch that controls the element. When the switch position is in the ''small'' or single-element position, the outside element comes on rather than the inside element. When the switch is in the ''large'' or double-element position, both elements heat up correctly. I'm pretty handy, but can't figure out how to get to the wiring, if possible, to correct either the switch or the burner wiring. Model number is GE SP39G0S2WG.
You have to access the underside of the cook top. Does the back right work correctly? If so switch the wires on the back left to match the right burner.
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Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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