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We have a Westinghouse Kimberley 509 stove. We can't control the heat on the hot plates, they just go full hot.

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The hot plate needs a new thermostat. When thermostats go bad, there is no control of temperature and they stay on high. The circuit remains closed, not allowing any cycling of power, which regulates the temp

Posted on May 16, 2010

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