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PartSelect Number PS243902
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
The cooktop is just set in the counter with no fasteners. I shut off the power and lifted the unit out. Ten small screws held the top to the body. After removal, I took a picture to have a wiring reference. I disconnected five wires with push-on terminals, then removed two Tinnerman nuts with needle-nose pliers. The failed burner was free to remove. There were two mounting ears on the bottom of the burner at positions 12 and 48 as stamped on the bottom. I transferred the mounting ears to the new burner, one screw each. I then positioned the new burner and secured with the two Tinnerman nuts, replaced the five wires, screwed the top back on and slipped the unit into the counter. Done.
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I pulled out the range from the wall unplugged it from the wall then i opened the oven door and removed the two small screws on the front off the range and lifted the glass top and supported it with a 1/2" X 18inc wooden dowel, then i removed the two burner retaining screws with a small Phillips screw driver and removed the wires from the burner,then i replaced the burner with the new one and reconnected the wires and placed the burner in to the two retaining clips and then tightened the two screws then i removed the wooden dowel and installed the two screws on the front bottom side on the range then i plugged in the range in and tested the burner then put the range back against the wall.
turn off the power at the breaker firstremove the 2 screws under the 'lip' of the stove top (open the oven door to get to them)prop up the stove top on the cardboard box the part came inpull off the wires one by one and attach to the new burner OR record where each wire goes firstremove the old burner (2 screws) and attach the new burnerscrew down the stove toptry the burner - when it does not work flip the power breaker back on and then try againbask in the joy, admiration and wonder directed your way by various family members
I ordered a new burner assuming As is turns out: nothing wrong with the burner.
Shut the power.pull out stove .remove parts to check switch wiring for damage .then disconnected the oven vent 2scews, lifted the glass top 2scews.then lowered the ft. bracket that holds the two ft. burners to the glass.I could see a break or burnout of the outer part of the element.I'm an auto tech/mech this is simple.
Locate breaker box and turn off breaker to stove. Removed the two screw in front that hold the top in place. Raised the top and supported it with the box the new burner came in. Removed two screws that held the burner in place and the 5 wires one at a time an installed them on the new burner. Put new burner in place and installed two mounting screws. Reinstalled the two screws in the front to hold the top in place then turned the breaker back on and tested burner. Worked great. Received part in 2 days.
Dear PartSelect:I am very impressed by your service and company. My order arrived in less than 24 hours. It was a perfect match and is currently in service. I am very satisfied with the entire experience and will use your company again.I simply opened up the cooktop with a screwdriver and disconnected the wires to the affected burner. After the part arrived, I reconnected them. I had to swap over two brackets from the old burner, so don't throw it away until the new one arrives. It went back together very easily and worked immediately.Matt Brennan
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