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Click on the part number bellow and scroll down to the Q&A section for the installation instructions.

The dual infinite switch kit Part number: 12002125

Part number: 12002125



The manufacturer installation instructions are attached to the post.

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Click on the part number bellow and scroll down to the Q&A section for the installation instructions.

The dual infinite switch kit Part number: 12002125

Part number: 12002125



The manufacturer installation instructions are attached to the post.

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Thank you, Gene.
However, my original connected wires do not have a single red wire. According to the instructions, we should seprate the double red wire and connect the seprated red wires to P2 and 2. However, the burner does not work when the switch is turned on. According to the Answer you referred to: "The way to hook this switch up is the 2 red will go to P2 and the single red will go to 2. You will have a jumper wire that goes from P1 to S1. " I just wonder that for a single, small burner (as the right rear one in CVE3401B), shall we separate the double red wire and connect them seprately to P2 and 2 or shall we keep the double red wire together and simply connect it to P2 while leaving 2 unconnected? Are we going to damage anything if we try not separating the double red wire on this switch?
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...I just wonder that for a single, small burner (as the right rear one in CVE3401B...
Why did you buy the switch for a dual burner if you need the switch for a single small burner? That's why you are having problems to install it. Those parts are absolutely different.

You need the infinite switch Part number: 71001166

Part number: 71001166


which is direct replacement part.

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Why did you buy the switch for a dual burner if you need the switch for a single small burner? That's why you are having problems to install it. Those parts are absolutely different.

You need the infinite switch Part number: 71001166

Part number: 71001166


which is direct replacement part.

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Thank you very much, Gene.
The information was given to me by a local parts store. They told me that both the right front and the right rear burners use the same switch. I will get the new part and try it. Thanks.
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You are welcome. The installation of this switch is pretty straight and should be very simple. Keep us posted.

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You are welcome. The installation of this switch is pretty straight and should be very simple. Keep us posted.

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Good morning, Gene.
The switch arrived and the installation was real straight forward (exact wiring scheme). However, there is one problem: the off position of the switch points to the three o'clock position instead of the original six o'clcok position. It is because the screw holes on the new switch are 90 degrees perpendicular to the original.
Is there another single switch or another switch knob we can use?
I appreciate the help you have already given. The off position may not be a big issue. However, if you have the ready information, I will be grateful.
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Hello,

It sounds very strange. What I would do in such situation - just accurately drill two new holes in the switch mounting bracket (#6 at the diagram).

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It sounds very strange. What I would do in such situation - just accurately drill two new holes in the switch mounting bracket (#6 at the diagram).

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Thank you, Gene.
That was what we thought. We were just a little concerned that there might be live wire underneath. It seems we would be OK.
Thank you again.
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Default Exchange Dual burner infinite switch 12002125

I have a Jenn-air CCE3401B
The switch for the dual burner is not working so I order the replacement and I got the 12002125 which is different to the original in the cooktop I have pictures to clarify the situation maybe somebody can tell me the corresponding between the terminals in one and the other.

I believe that
Blk cable goes to terminal P1
Bl cable goes to terminal 4
Violet cable goes to terminal 4a
orange cable goes to terminal S2
Double red cable goes to terminal P2
and I need to put a bridge between P1 and S1

but I'm not sure
Help Please!!!!1

I've tried this connection and it didn't work is it possible that I need to separate the 2 red cables that use to be connected on the N terminal and split it between terminals P2 and 2 in the new switch, if yes please tell me which cable goes to which terminal

THANKS

CARLOS
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Thank you, Gene.
That was what we thought. We were just a little concerned that there might be live wire underneath. It seems we would be OK.
Thank you again.
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Turn the power off before you do it.

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