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I have 2 burners on my electric stove that don't work. It looks like they have sorted the wire connectors out. Can I get parts to fix this?

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Yes but i would do volatge checks on the robert shaws or selector w=switches before i bout burners

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If the ceramic ring you're talking about is around the far outside of the element, then it being broken isn't a big deal (as long as pieces aren't missing). Its just an insulator.

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