Question about KitchenAid 30 in. Architect KECC507KSS Electric Cooktop
The circuit breaker for out kitchenaid KECC507 glass cooktop (electric) keeps tripping. After reset, when turning on a knob, there is a pop & red flash under the glass near the control knobs. It is possible that liquid got under the knobs during cleaning. Where do we begin with trouble shooting? Is there hope?
Water probably did get into the switch(es). The best bet for a fast fix is to pull the knobs off and use an air can (like for blowing dust out electronics) to blow down into the holes. This will dry out any water in there and should allow you to use it again. To be extra sure, blow out the switches and leave the knobs off over night. In the morning the knobs can be replaced and the cook top should be good to use. Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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