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Burner (elec) gets too hot.

The temperature seems to keep getting hotter the longer it is on. Only the one large burner is affected. Others are ok. It would seem like the temp. control is bad. Is there an ohm meter reading to determine it?

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If it is over heating then replace the infinate control for that burner

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