Question about Cooktops
Hi, If you just want to eliminate it and not replace it now anyway, just raise the top, if it is elect, be sure you turn off the power or unplug it, and then mark or draw you a little diagram for future use and remove the wiring.If you need to cut the wires then do this and tape the ends before you plug it back in. Its just an annoying timer, that you can replace with a counter top. Good Luck,
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hello arab125 - I understand that the timer and clock works fine, however from what you have described it sounds like the range could possibly have a wiring failure, faulty sensor, or an issue with the EOC. I would suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately.
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