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Hello All, I would hate to junk this great looking stove, so am replacing the three stovetop burners. I couldn't

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Hello All,
I would hate to junk this great looking stove, so am replacing the three stovetop burners. I couldn't find replacement elements so purchased new modern elements and new socket plugins to take the element connections.
The advice I need would be concerning the connections. The old elements had two loops running through it, so there are two hot wires and one neutral. Whereas the new element is designed with one loop. How do I wire it with the extra wire involved? The control knob for the individual burners has three settings high medium low. The high setting put power through to both loops
of the element while low turned off one of the loops. Do I just wire up one of the hot wires and live with just a high setting or.....any ideas out there?

thanks you

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Hi and happy new year;
ever try the "Road Home Magazine" and their website about antique/classic household appliances,..there big into anything concerning stoves of all make don't care how old they are!!;they may have you're stove eyes "NOS" brand new old stock or could point you in the right direction,..this company is based out of Los Angeles,Calfornia,.Just google it!...yours Jody,...Laurens,SC.29360
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