Question about Jenn-Air JED8430 Electric Cooktop
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Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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May 29, 2014 | Cooktops
When you used all elements the power supply wire have been
gone to the maximum current absorbed so to the maximum heat. When the cook top
is new it can withstand this heat but due to long time used now you have burned
out wires and probably to junction point. So now the power supply wire is
burned and is open circuit thus not any power to the heater. The wires have
just open circuit and they don't touch each other or the metal body of the cook
top that is why you don't have the circuit breaker fuse to trip off. So now you
need to disassemble the cook top and you will very easily find the burn point
which should be melded and burned black and replace all parts that they have
been burned with new one.
Here is the link where you find the parts layout, the wiring
diagram and also order any parts you might need.
Also just for safety, avoid to use all four heater at the
same time in the future.
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