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Helping a friend install a
I suspect on teh wiring from the house the black&white will be the hot wires and the bare will be ground/neutral
use a volt meter before connecting tonew cooktop and check for;
black/bare to have 120volts
white/bare to have 120volts
if that is what you find...connect new cooktop as such;
black to black
red to (house) white
(cooktop) white and green to bare
on Sep 07, 2011
I am experiencing some problem with the controls
I haven't heard of this problem before. If you do press down and the hotplate starts to work we know that the hotplates are okay. The only thing this could be is an internal problem inside the hotplate controller, possibly with the contacts. The controllers will need replacing.
on Mar 04, 2011
My glass cooktop has cracked
most of the time for this to happen something would have had to been dropped or excessive weight on the unit ... it is possible over time the unit had a unseen hairline crack and the heat has caused it to become worse... the glass for these units are ridiculous in cost but can be repaired...
several online sites sell parts.... a few reputable companies are
on Jan 21, 2011
With control on low setting element is on high
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on Sep 05, 2010
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