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You can access it from the back, but thats the hard way to go.

Actually, you access it from the front of the control panel.

First , turn off the power to the unit, or unplug the power cord

Remove the screws across the top back, and the bottom corner front screws and "peel" the panel off towards the front.

Remove the knob and the 2 screws, that hold the switch to the panel

Switch wires, 1 at a time, and reverse procedure to reinstall panel and test.

I believe this will be the switch you need.

Part number: AP3086276

Part number: AP3086276


I am on the forum with a similar question and am guessing the solution is the same. My burner stays on intermittently. It works at low or medium and then sticks on high.

Is this the same infinite switch replacement?

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I am on the forum with a similar question and am guessing the solution is the same. My burner stays on intermittently. It works at low or medium and then sticks on high.

Is this the same infinite switch replacement?
RavenArtist,

Yes, the infinite control switch is the most likely issue, based on your post description.
If your range has the sane model number, and the issue is in the left rear "dual" burner, then yes, the switch posted here will solve the issue.
If you prefer, supply us wih the model number of your range and which burner is at fault, and we'll be happy to research, and advise you of the correct part number needed.

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