Question about GE Spectra JBP78 Electric Kitchen Range
Dropped a bottle of wine on the glasstop. Cracked pretty bad but the burners still work. Where can I find a replacement top and how hard is it to replace it.
It is the burner control (behind the knob). The triac in the control has failed. $50 item, 10 minute change. Just make note which wire goes to which terminal.
I doubt that it is the control board, as the board has little to do with the stove top, but rather controls the display and the oven temperature/feedback monitoring.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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Check the element connections for good tight connections in both connectors. If ok, swap the element with one of the same size working elements and see if the swapped element works. If it does, replace the element. If it doesn't, the control switch or switch connections are the problem.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
this is a 9" 2600 watt element and may have to be replaced, here is the part #WB30T10050. if the element checks out ok, you may have to replace the infinite switch and this is the part #WB24T10011. hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
Hello- Control is about 250$. Could save 100$ by installing yourself, but the popular "self-destruct" cycle can cook other switches and what-not. Find a tech and inquire up-front if completed repairs are too high, they keep parts, you pay trip charge.- Hope this helps- ED
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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