This is a grease filter, and it works with your range/stove/oven. This part is chrome-colored and measures 16.5 inches long by 9 inches wide. It is made of metal and is intended for use with downdraft...
This is the replacement surface burner switch for your range. It measures approximately 1.5 inches by 1.5 inches, with a shaft that is approximately 1 inch long. The surface burner switch turns the su...
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July 2, 2021
Left front element will not heat up the lights work the element has continuity and the switch works. What else is there?
For model number JED8430BDB
Thank you for your question. If both the burner and the switch have continuity, check the wires connected to the element to see if they have burned out. Also check and make sure the cooktop is receiving the proper voltage. You may use a multimeter to test the light socket. We hope this helps! Good luck with the repair!
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July 30, 2021
I want to replace the black rubber piece located underneath the knobs. Can you help me?
For model number JED8430BDB
Hello Angela, Thank you for contacting us. We have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you are looking for is PartSelect Number PS11757586. The Grommet is sold individually. We hope this helps!
1. Removed potand pans from under stovetop. 2. Disconnected exaust duct. 3. Raised the stove and placed wooden blocks under. 4. Unscrewed old top,and removed. 5. Placed new stovetop on stove, screwed into place. 6. Fresh caulk around opening. 7. Lowered stove into place. 8. Reconnedted duct work.
This was a range top. i removed the 12 hex machine scews holding on the top, then removed the two star screws holding the old switch. there were fore wire that had fitted on tabs. Hooked them to the new swtch and reassembeld. Easy repair since i could lift the unit out without disconnecting main cables. Replacement range would have been oveer $1000. Psrt was under $40 and delivered in a matter of days.
Lift off blower vent cover. Lift out old filter. Clean walls and bottom of down draft using degrease soap and warm water. Dry. Discovered my grease filter will not install diagonally as shown in unit manual. Decided to drop into downdraft and put in front of fan suction. Found this left a gap at the top of fan suction that was not covered by the filter. Cut piece of wood 1 inch thick and width and length to drop down in the downdraft and lay on bottom. Set filter on top of wood in front of the fan suction. Verified that fan suction would pull filter tight against the opening by turning fan on and off. Put vent cover back over downdraft and told wife I was done.