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ddelling  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, July 20, 2010 8:23:53 AM(UTC)
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I need to replace the dual infinite switch kit on my stove. I received the new switch and it has different connector positions on it. I am looking to understand how to connect the new switch. The old switch had the following:

Red Wire Connected to Position 4
Dual Red Wire Connected to Position 5
Black Wire Connected to Position 1 (LED)
Dual Black Wire Connected to Position 2
Brown Wire Connected to Position 3
Yellow Wire Connected to Position 6


The new switch has:

P1
2 P2
S1
S2
4a
4

The directions are very confusing. I would like to know how to wire the new switch. Any help would be very much appreciated..
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, July 20, 2010 12:54:00 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ddelling Go to Quoted Post
I need to replace the dual infinite switch kit on my stove. I received the new switch and it has different connector positions on it. I am looking to understand how to connect the new switch. The old switch had the following:

Red Wire Connected to Position 4
Dual Red Wire Connected to Position 5
Black Wire Connected to Position 1 (LED)
Dual Black Wire Connected to Position 2
Brown Wire Connected to Position 3
Yellow Wire Connected to Position 6


The new switch has:

P1
2 P2
S1
S2
4a
4

The directions are very confusing. I would like to know how to wire the new switch. Any help would be very much appreciated..


did you order and recieve the correct part ?
Part number: AP4008679
ddelling  
#3 Posted : Tuesday, July 20, 2010 1:09:40 PM(UTC)
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The repair part I received was:

Repair Part Number: 12002125

Kit Includes:

74008248 Switch

74008250/74008249 Jumper Wire

16023363 Instruction Sheet
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#4 Posted : Tuesday, July 20, 2010 1:20:57 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ddelling Go to Quoted Post
The repair part I received was:

Repair Part Number: 12002125

Kit Includes:

74008248 Switch

74008250/74008249 Jumper Wire

16023363 Instruction Sheet


Yes that is the correct part number.

If you don't mind, it has been quite sometime since I worked with this switch kit. I will need to get more reference information to properly and effectively assist you.

Would you mind waiting for a day or 2 while I gather that information ?
ddelling  
#5 Posted : Tuesday, July 20, 2010 1:27:46 PM(UTC)
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That would be fine. Your help would be very much appreciated!
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#6 Posted : Wednesday, July 21, 2010 6:43:49 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ddelling Go to Quoted Post
That would be fine. Your help would be very much appreciated!


I was able to find some information for you.

the only difference in wiring the switch would be the wire colors on your unit,(ie the black wire going to the heater on your unit may be red or double red) but the connections would be the same.

I don't believe you will have any problems, but if you do please contact me.

I connected the 12002125 as follows:
Range Type: JENN-AIR SCE30600W
L1 Phase (black wire coming from front left switch) to P1
Jumper wire from P1 to S1
L2 Phase (red wire) to P2
Black wire going to heater to 2
Orange wire (indicator light) to S2
Rose wire to 4
Purple wire to 4a


ddelling  
#7 Posted : Wednesday, July 21, 2010 7:40:11 AM(UTC)
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Joe,

Thanks for the reply. I did see this post when I was researching. My question is that I don't have the same color wires and do I need to jumper P1 to S1 for my model? My wire combinations are:


Wire Connected to Position 4
Dual Red Wire Connected to Position 5
Black Wire Connected to Position 1 (LED)
Dual Black Wire Connected to Position 2
Brown Wire Connected to Position 3
Yellow Wire Connected to Position 6

How would these correspond to the new sw
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#8 Posted : Wednesday, July 21, 2010 10:42:31 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ddelling Go to Quoted Post
Joe,

Thanks for the reply. I did see this post when I was researching. My question is that I don't have the same color wires and do I need to jumper P1 to S1 for my model? My wire combinations are:


Wire Connected to Position 4
Dual Red Wire Connected to Position 5
Black Wire Connected to Position 1 (LED)
Dual Black Wire Connected to Position 2
Brown Wire Connected to Position 3
Yellow Wire Connected to Position 6

How would these correspond to the new sw


I will have to do more indepth research, so I can be more helpful to you.
Once I have all the available information, I will respond to you.

Have a nice day,
ddelling  
#9 Posted : Wednesday, July 21, 2010 10:49:06 AM(UTC)
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Joe,

Thank you. I will wait to hear from you. My wire combinations along with where they were connected on the old switch are as follows:


Red Wire Connected to Position 4
Dual Red Wire Connected to Position 5
Black Wire Connected to Position 1 (LED)
Dual Black Wire Connected to Position 2
Brown Wire Connected to Position 3
Yellow Wire Connected to Position 6
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#10 Posted : Thursday, July 22, 2010 8:51:41 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ddelling Go to Quoted Post
I need to replace the dual infinite switch kit on my stove. I received the new switch and it has different connector positions on it. I am looking to understand how to connect the new switch. The old switch had the following:

Red Wire Connected to Position 4
Dual Red Wire Connected to Position 5
Black Wire Connected to Position 1 (LED)
Dual Black Wire Connected to Position 2
Brown Wire Connected to Position 3
Yellow Wire Connected to Position 6


The new switch has:

P1
2 P2
S1
S2
4a
4

The directions are very confusing. I would like to know how to wire the new switch. Any help would be very much appreciated..


Sir,

I am not sure I can be exactly correct in helping you wire your new switch.

Your wiring colors are correct but your switch locations are not, based on my wiring diagram for a JES9800AAW and the new switch configuration.

I will assist you as best I can with the information I have.I will be including the component the wires should be going to so you may varify if you need to.

First, install the jumper wire from P1 to S1 terminals on new switch

Red wire(single) on terminal 4 on old switch should be on terminal 2 on new switch and terminates at burner sensor circuit.

Red wire(dual) on terminal 5 on old switch should be on terminal P2 on new switch and will terminate at terminal block and jump over to the next infinite switch.(two directions).

Black wire (single) on terminal 1 of old switch should be on S2 terminal on new switch and terminate at indicator light.

Black wire(dual) on terminal 2 on old switch should be on P1 terminal on new switch(beside jumper wire connection) and terminate at terminal block and jump to the next infinite switch(two directions).

Brown wire terminal 3 on old switch should be on terminal 4 on new switch and terminate at outside burner element terminal on burner.

Yellow wire terminal 6 on old switch should be on terminal 4A on new switch and terminate at inside burner element terminal on burner.

Test burner operation, low and hi settings and re assemble the unit.

This is a compilation of the information you supplied, the wiring diagram for the unit, and the new switch configuration, and should have you up and running in no time
Thanks for leting us help you
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