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STOVE elements To whom it may concern: I am having problems with my stove: one of the elements heat up fast and burns my food the other takes forever to heat up (smaller ring) I've looked at them but I don't see anything burnt out? I appreciate your prompt response. Kevin Reid

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Thanks mate I'll hav a go at that

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It is your infinite switches. Replacement is the only option. Find the model number and go here to find parts.

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