Question about Kitchen Ranges
I need more information. What kind of controls? A knob you turn or computer touch controls? If it is a knob it is most likely the switch is bad. THese cost around $25 each. The control switch controls the heat by pulsing the element on and off . High is constantly on, lowest setting is around 5% on. This is usually an easy repair. THe switches have 4 - 6 wires. 2 marked L 1 and L2 (Usually black and Red) Two terminals marked Load 1 and Load 1 , Maybe a neutral and a pilot light terminal. Do not mix up the L1 and L2. The load terminals (going to burners) really don't matter. They may even be the same color. THe L1 & L2 terminals must be the same on all 4 switches. The switch you get as a replacement may look different from the original. As long as you ordered by model and serial # they will fit.
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