Question about GE Kitchen Ranges
Hi. Yes it is possible to connect the wires with wire nuts. (Without tape! / tape can melt) You must use ceramic / porcelain wire nuts (white) in HOT areas. Make sure it is a clean connection with no copper strands exposed The plastic ones will melt like your connector did. Most appliance parts supply stores will have ceramic / porcelain wire nuts.
Here is a source for ceramic wire nuts if you can not find them. (15 ea / pack) $5.65 +shipping
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