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Gravity Railroad 06-22-2009 10:22 AM

Heating element stopped heating JSP38G0T1BB
 
Hello,

I have a GE profile glass ceramic S/N ML205051q
The right rear element does not humm when turned on and does not heat.
The other 3 elements do work.
I do not know what the trouble is. Element or the control unit. If given instruction I feel I can repair this myself.

Thank You

Dan O. 06-23-2009 02:10 PM

Quote:

The right rear element does not does not heat. I do not know what the trouble is. Element or the control unit.
It could be the element switch, the element itself, the limiter on the element or the wiring between the element and the switch.

Quote:

If given instruction I feel I can repair this myself.
The element should be able to be tested for continuity (see the following link) to see if it was good or not as could the element limiter and wiring if you can follow a wiring diagram.

LINK > How do I test for continuity?

Getting to those components is something in itself, I could not tell you how to go about it. You can however see exploded parts views for your model at the following link which might give you an idea how your range is constructed.

LINK > Exploded Parts Diagrams

JFYI

Dan O.
www.Appliance411.com
The Appliance Information Site

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