Question about Electrolux Kitchen Ranges
The first thing to do is to check the temperature knob to make sure it is not broken or loose, if loose you will have to tighten it but if it's broken a replacement is needed.
Another thing to check is the heating element. Here's how:
1. First, unplug the appliance from the electrical outlet. Locate the screws holding the hot plate together on the bottom of the unit. Remove the screws carefully. Make sure to remember where to replace the screws back again.
2. Then, remove the casing.
3. After that, inspect the burner. If the heating element is the problem, the break will be visible. If the break is near the end of the burner, just remove the damaged part and reconnect the remaining element to the terminal. If the break is in the middle of the element, the entire element needs to be replaced.
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