Question about GE Kitchen Ranges
This is a pretty common problem. I had it myself. Chances are that the heating element is bad. They are easy to replace. Most hardware stores sell replacement elements. Lowes, Home Depot, etc. Just tell them the make and model number. They will give you the correct one. However if you don't have the make and model number you may be able to identify it by simply looking at it. Make sure the electricity to the range is off before attempting to repair it. You remove the old element and replace it following the directions given with the element. Usually only 2 screws hold in place. Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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