Question about Kitchen Ranges
Yes, it is likely either the switch that controls the burner, or the burner itself. These are usually pretty pricey. If you want the part numbers, post your model/serial numbers and I'll try and get them for you.
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
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Hi - From what you have described the range could possibly be experiencing a faulty element/sensor or the communication to the element from the control board is now compromised. If you are referring to the left front element, the part number is 318178110/MSRP: $65.86. Right front element, part number 316224201/MSRP: $89.60. I would suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately and properly diagnose the range.
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