Question about GE 30 in. JP326 Electric Cooktop
Unit is not receiving electricity - nothing comes on. Checked breaker box and everything looks okay. This is on the same breaker that the oven is on and it is working. Want to see if I can repair it myself instead of having someone out.
Try looking at the junction box that it is connected to. Maybe one or more of the wires have burned off or come loose from the wire nuts. How many amps is the breaker? Most electric codes require separate circuits (Breakers) for each appliance. First turn off the breaker. There should be an outlet box of some kind on the wall or behind the cabinet. Follow the wire from the cooktop and see where it goes. Open it up and check if any wires are burnt or loose. If it was installed wrong I would change it. Most cooktops shouldn't be fused at more than 30 amps. Single ovens the same, double ovens up to 45 amps. The problem is if they used an old range outlet with 6 gauge wire and tried to connect both appliances to the same wire. This is hard to do without it coming loose.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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