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PartSelect Number PS2076107
This is a push-and-turn switch. This kit includes all necessary hardware to install the part. Switch comes with a D-shaped shaft.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
This surface burner infinite control switch is just over two inches long. It's shaft is one inch long, and is double flat. This switch is palnut mounted and the 'off'position is at the top.
just swapped out the two switches
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Turned off breaker for range. Removed 4 phillips screws on control panel, tipped it forward and rested it on top of partially open oven door. Removed knob and nut on old switch. Moved wires, one at a time from old to new switch. Put new switch in place, tightened nut and pushed on knob. Put control panel back in place and installed 4 screws... piece of cake.
Turned power to stove off. Removed two screws from cover - lifted cover up and pulled switch out and disconnected wires. Put new switch in and connected wires. Made sure that it was in correct position by placing knob on to make sure off position was correct - then placed plate in position and closed - put two screws back on plate and put new knob on. Turned power back on and turned knob and burner back in operation
Replaced the switch and put the new surface element in and it works great.
Turn off elec. power at breaker box. Check twice. Removed burner switch cover. caarefull remove wires from switch, note with color to which terminal remove nut on switch replace new switch replace wires to switch, replace cover turn on power. ready.
I installed a new infinite switch, which created a new problem. The large burner switch turned the small burner on. I replaced the large burner switch an that stopped that problem. But now the small burner still only comes on to high temp. Need help in determining how to correct that problem.I had already replaced the small burner switch before I replaced the large burner switch and I still have the small burner only coming onn to high heat.
Kill power to range unit at the breaker. Remove 2 screws on back of center control panel. Lift control panel up and toward rear of unit. Unscrew retainer nut which holds switch in the control panel. Carefully note wiring connections, and unplug all 5 wires from switch with pliers. Remove old switch. Reconnect all wires to new switch. Reattach switch to panel with retainer nut. Replace control panel in range with screws. Turn on power.
Turn off the power. Remove 2 screws (in the blower compartment) and lift up the control panel. Release the switch by removing the fastnut. Unplug each wire from the old switch and place it in the cooresponding lug on the new switch. Screw everything back together and cook.
shut circuit breaker, remove two screws, lift knob panel, move wires to new switch, remove and replace switch, clean surface
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Installed the part------very easy
I first replaced the element and the receiver. This required splicing lines which was very easy. It still did not heat (even though my element indicator light was on) so I replaced the switch regulator. This took a little time because of the small space on my model. In fact, I had to replace a wire that had shorted by splicing a 3 inch section into it. When that was done, I simply re-connected the 5 wires in the original positions and reattached the cover. It works like a charm and my wife is delighted because we are hosting a family reunion/baby shower tomorrow!
Removed 2 screws and i nut. Unplug the old switch and plug in the new switch and presto, back in business. Extremely easy. Part was exactly as pictured. Part arrived within 2 days. Great Co. to buy parts from. Highly recommend Partsselect.
Took the front panel off by removing 4 screws. Then remove the switch by loosing the nut hold it. Then replace the wire on the new the way they were on the old switch. Put the panel back on.
Replacing the switch was very easy. First I unplugged the range to be sure there would be no electrical power to the switch. Then I removed four screws to remove the switch cover plate (located above the oven door). I disconnected the wires from the pin connectors on the broken switch, then removed the switch by removing one hex nut. The new switch was installed by reversing the removal procedure. Took about 15 minutes total time.
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