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schmidtjl@cni.net 02-01-2011 11:00 AM

Kitchenaid dual burner on ceramic stovetop will not turn on for the single burner
 
Our Kitchen Aid dual burner will only work on dual and not on the single setting. We think it is a switch but are not sure which part exactly since there are a couple different ones. We really need to find out how to remove the existing switch and replace it with a new one. How do we find directions to do that?
Thanks!

Joe / APP Team 02-02-2011 11:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by schmidtjl@cni.net (Post 343862)
Our Kitchen Aid dual burner will only work on dual and not on the single setting. We think it is a switch but are not sure which part exactly since there are a couple different ones. We really need to find out how to remove the existing switch and replace it with a new one. How do we find directions to do that?
Thanks!

Schmidt,

Based on your post,

Here are some possible part numbers, and the instructions from the service manual, as you requested(some additional info if needed).

:) :) :)


Part number: AP3751872

Part number: AP3751872



Part number: AP3842098

Part number: AP3842098





REMOVING THE CONTROL PANEL,
AN INFINITE SWITCH & BIMETAL SWITCH

Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.

1. Unplug range or disconnect power.
2. Pull the range forward far enough to access
the end cap screws.
3. To remove the control panel:
a) Remove the screw from each end cap.
b) Open the oven door and remove the
three screws from the bottom of the

control panel
c) Lift the front of the control panel, pull it
forward, and slide the front edge of the
cooktop glass out of the slot in the front
of the panel.
d) Rotate the control panel up and over so

the bottom side faces up.

4.To remove an infinite switch:

a) Pull the knob off the switch you wish to
service and remove the nut and fiber
flat washer.
b) Remove the wires from the infinite
switch terminals and remove the switch.


REASSEMBLY NOTE: When reinstalling the
control panel, insert the groove in the front of
the panel over the front edge of the cooktop
glass, and lower it onto the front of the range.
Be careful not to pinch any of the wires between
the front edge of the control panel and

the chassis

REMOVING AN ELEMENT & LIMITER AND

THE HOT SURFACE INDICATOR ASSEMBLY

1. Unplug range or disconnect power.
2. Remove the control panel from its
subchassis,
and rotate it forward onto the cooktop
glass.
3. Remove the five screws and flat washer

from the control panel subchassis
4. Move the control panel back into place
over the chassis, then lift the front of the
cooktop assembly, and prop it up with a
piece of board so that you can access the
components CAUTION: Be careful

that the cooktop does not accidentally fall.
5.To remove an element and limiter:



a) Remove the wires from the element
and limiter terminals.
b) Remove the screw, or pull the end of
the retaining rod out of the bracket, and
remove the element and limiter from
the bottom of the cooktop.
c) Lay the element and limiter on a work
surface. Remove the screws from the
limiter and remove it from the element.
NOTE: Be careful when you remove
the limiter that you do not break the
sensor tube




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