Question about GE Cooktops
GEC (British General Electric) stove.
Sixty year old model...DC114 cooker was a three plate stove. Two round solid plates and one 12'' square solid griller/boiler plate. Bottom of square plate has open elements so as to be used for grilling when the reflector plate ''underneath'' is removed.
My stove is a slightly bigger model than the DC114 in that it has three round plates and one square griller/boiler plate. Stove plates have three settings. High, med, low. Only high is working, how do I ''meter'' the three connection points (pins) so as to see which of the elements have to be replaced in each of the three round plates ? Where do I find circuit diagrams for connecting the stoveplates correctly to the ..high , med, low switch ? The plates plug into the stove via three pins on each plate. You just ''pull'' the plates upwards and they disconnect out of the stove top. (Unplug as it were.)
If I can see circuit diagrams for the plates and switching, I'll be able to see exactly what goes where etc.
Thanking you in advance,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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you can find the schematics, diagrams and parts here at this site . just enter the complete model number that is written on the stove sticker and access the info
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Posted on Dec 11, 2008
This is for the glass top units. well i'm not sure if your problem is with your large or small single burner or the large expandable burner. If it's the large or small single burner replace the burner and if it the expandable also replace the burner. If you have a coil burner replace the infinite switch. Good luck hope this helps you.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Here is one example from a search on the internet,
Scroll down the list until you come to the knob.
This is an example for a Jenn-Air JED8230.
(Most of the Jenn-Air's I have seen, have a Model Number tag on the bottom also)
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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