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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

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Hi Charlie,

I would start from determining which wire where goes on the stove. Which wire is In and which wire is Out. The picture of the old switch you posted is not very clear.

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Hi Charlie,

I would start from determining which wire where goes on the stove. Which wire is In and which wire is Out. The picture of the old switch you posted is not very clear.

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Red cable goes to terminal N on the old switch
Black Cable goes to terminal 2 on the old switch
Orange cable goes to terminal 5 on the old switch
Violet cable goes to terminal 4 on the old switch
Blue cable goes to terminal 3 on the old switch

I upload an image of the original circuit somewhere in this post you can see the circuit of the replacement switch, if you can't find it I'll scan it and upload it.

thanks in advance for your help

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Hi Charlie,

The Red wire (N terminal from L2 on the LF switch) should go to the P2.
The Red wire from the element goes to 2.
The Black wire (terminal 2) goes to P1.
The Orange wire (terminal 5) goes to S2.
The Violet wire (terminal 4) goes to 4a.
The Blue wire (terminal 3) goes to 4.

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I have a Jenn Air CCE3531W and just replaced the dual infinite burner switch. The replacement part# is 12002125. The directions that came with the replacement were poor at best. After about 9 attempts I finally figured out the wiring. It is as follows:
Jumper wire supplied with new switch hooks to P1 and S1.

Double red wires must be separated and a new spade clip put on the one that comes from the inner RR burner. Put the red wire from LF switch on P2, and the red wire with the new spade clip on 2.

Gray wire from the burner on indicator light goes on S2.

Purple wire from outer part of burner goes to 4A.

Blue wire from outer part of burner goes to 4.

When completed, you will have to put a small piece of folded paper in the knob to shim it up to keep it from rubbing on the glass surface.
What did you do with the single black wire? I am working on the same unit
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Followed your wiring instructions to the letter and the switch blew up and blew my circuit breaker.
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Had red wires reversed.. Are you sure the gray wire goes to s2. My gray wire is a compound connection going to LF switch L1 and out to main power black.
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