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Wiring hookup for a replacement part

I have a KitchenAid range model KESC307HWH3. I am replacing the LF infinite burner switch I need the wiring hookup for the replacement part. The original part number is 9751758. The factory replacement part is a Whirlpool 8203536. The instructions are not for a KitchenAid to Whirlpool. I believe the instructions are for a Whirlpool to Whirlpool configoration. I need to know which wires to hook up which connection so I don't damage anything when I power it back up.

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  • mwied2 Mar 17, 2008

    The info is not really helpful. The switches are different in lettering and the instructions do not match for hooking the old with the new. It is the correct switch,

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Hopefull yyou havent disconnect old switch yet. whirpool and kit aid are same Co. same parts used. assuming the correct part was sent for the corrrect burner. diffrerent element will require different rated swties(ie. small , large, dual and so forth.), the indivudal switches are labeled, on the swithc itself ( L1,L2,H1 H2, P1 andso forth, so although the switches looke differnet they should stil have the same lettered terminal to plug into .

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Unfortunatley, I did not document the red wire (LF3)...Sorry....

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