I have to replace the selector switch for the bridge element on my jp 989. I have the switch. I have disassembled from the bottom. It looks like it fastens from the top. Do I have to remve the glass to replace the switch???? How do I accomplish this?????
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This is usually caused by the infinte switch. You will need to disassemble to acess the switch. The switch is easy to test and replace. Here is a link showing how to test an infinte switch http://appliancehelponline.com/infiniteswitchvideo.html
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bottom element need to be replaced,unplug unit,and open the oven and unscrew the screws that hold it inplace,pull it out slowly and detach the two wires and replace with a new one install in reverce order
Hi, I too have had a problem with the dual element on the Kleenmaid CH14. Likewise I was given an Invensys M82314 which as you will know is not configured in the same way. However, I assume that what they call"phase" is the active connection, the neutral is marked and are side by side like the old one, pilot is idicated and is the wire that bridges together with the other switches....you are only left with two...."load1" and "load2" whichever way around I apply those I can only get my inside burner to run. I am baffled !! My old switch operates both burners but keeps cutting in and out.
TURN OFF CIRCUIT BREAKER. Lift out cooktop, remove all machine screws holding the glass frame. Remove plastic knobs and lift glass top straight up. Make sure rubber gromits are not ripped or torn. Unscrew the small screws on the selector switch and then lift up and tilt over the small aluminum chasis holding the switches to expose the wiring connections. Pull off the wires and pull out the defective switch. Replacre switch, connect wires, re-seat switch chasis, and secure switch with screws. Carefully drop in the glasstop lining up the switch shafts and the rubber grommets. Secure the top with machine screws and drop back in the cutout.