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Terminal Block

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PartSelect Number PS232646
Manufacturer Part Number WB17X5113
Manufactured by GE
Product Description

Terminal Block Specifications

This kit includes one ceramic block with 6" wire leads, 2 wire nuts and 2 heat shrink with mounting bracket.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Element will not heat
This part works with the following products:
Range, Microwave Oven Combo, Cooktop.
This part works with the following products:
General Electric, Hotpoint, Kenmore.
Part# WB17X5113 replaces these:
AP2021559, 2569, 65935, WB02X7618, WB17X5094, WB2X7618
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    Helen
    November 4, 2017
    The burners on my range heat unevenly.One will only be at high no matter how I move the dial, others have lately started to be very slow to come up to temperature. It seems like I may need to replace the terminal blocks? Does that seem accurate? Also do I need to change the surface elements at the same time whenever I switch terminal blocks? (they are also very old). Final question: My Hotpoint range doesn't appear to be able to swing upwards to access the space underneath is there some other process to access rather than digging around blind through the top holes in the range when the drip pans are removed? Do I need to get in from the back of the unit? Thank you!
    For model number RB735G*J1WH
    Hi Helen, Thank you for the questuion. I suggest testing the burner switches for resistance. The switches control the temperature of the elements. Sadly, we do not have any information on the model number you provided. Could you please verify the number you provided us with? If it is correct, I recommend contacting the manufacturer. Hope this helps!

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      Heating element required continuous adjustments to work.
      I removed old 8" surface element and terminal block. Some of old wiring had to be cut off because of harding/cracking of old wiring. Stove was 23 years old and this burner was the most frequently used one. I soldered the new and remaining old wires together. I used the shirnk wrap that came with the terminal block to cover the solder joint. I screwed the new terminal block (one screw holds it in place - used same screw from old terminal block that was removed). I finished by inserting the new surface element. Everything works fine. In the next week or two after we use it a while, I will check wiring again to make sure there are no changes. You need to be very careful as it gets very hot under the burner.
      • Richard from Apex, NC
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        30 - 60 mins
      • Tools:
        Pliers, Screw drivers
      • Parts Used:
        WB30M2, WB17X5113
      28 of 30 people found this instruction helpful.
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      Burners Heated Irratically
      1. Pulled out drawer
      2. Vacuumed dust, etc. under stove
      3. Reached under stove to rear and pulled plug
      4. Pulled the stove out away from wall so I could get to back
      5. Removed 5 screws that retained the back of the control panel
      6. One by one, I removed each wire from an old control and pushed it onto the same pin on the new control - did same for all 4 burner controls
      7. Removed the knobs
      8. Removed 2 screws from the front panel for each old control and removed the old controls
      9. Pushed each of the new controls into place on the panel and reused screws to secure them in place
      10. Cut the long control stems using 2 pliers per instructions to match length of old controls.
      11. Used knob adapters provided to mate the old knobs to the new control stems
      12. Plugged the stove in and tested the burners
      13. Unplugged and replace the panel back with original screws
      14. Moved stove back into place
      15. The right front burner was the one most used, so I replaced the connector for that burner.
      16. That connector came with instructions that I followed - cut the wires to the old connector, splice the wires to the new connector wires using supplied wire nuts and shrink tubing.
      17. Plugged the stove back in
      18. Replaced drawer - job complete - stove like new
      12 of 15 people found this instruction helpful.
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      I had 2 of the terminals where the burner coil plugs into completely fry
      First thing to do is to KILL THE POWER. The last thing you want is for two leads feeding power to a range coil burner "hot" when you are working on them. After power is off, I removed the coils and set them aside. The terminals had "fried" apparently from to much cooking with hot oils and having the "over splash" working its way down to where the coils plug into the terminals and over time the oil getting in the terminals causes shorting / frying of the leads / contacts.

      Anyway, after removing the heat coils I removed the drip pans and cleaned up the area underneath before working on terminals. I like a clean area when I work. I then unscrewed the "brackets" that house the terminals with a Phillips screwdriver and pulled out the assembly.

      To completely remove the assembly I cut with a straight razor the existing heat shrink around the wire nuts (These two had been replaced once before. On first go around, I just cut the terminal assembly off and stripped the wire to attach the new terminals). Then I removed the wire nuts and the old assembly. After that I trimmed the wire to the correct length on the new terminal assembly and checked that the wire from the stove was in good shape. Upon confirming I had a good lead, I connected the new terminal leads to the stove leads and put the heat shrink over the connections. I used a lighter to "shrink" the heat shrink to the new connection (not having a proper heat shrink gun, which most of us don't have, the lighter works well as long as you are careful and do not let the lighter heat up to much. Let the lighter cool (esp. if a plastic disposable type or it will melt and ruin the lighter or burn your fingers).

      After that I cleaned the area where the terminal block bracket connects to the stove (it gets a bit gunked up over time) before screwing in the new bracket / assembly in place with my screwdriver.

      I gave the drip pans a good cleaning, adjusted the new terminal brackets so they were even / centered, cleaned once more the area under the drip pan and replaced the drip pans. The types of pans I have are one piece with a hole for the heat coil leads to go through.

      Before placing the coils back in the terminals I took a strip of medium grade, 220 grit, sand paper (you could use steal wool or small wire brush) and cleaned the terminal leads (the steal end that plugs into the terminal only, careful not to damage the burner). This was needed as the leads had accumulated some residue from the same dynamics that caused the burning / melting of the terminal leads and terminal block. Once the leads were clean I fitted them into the place in the new terminal blocks and drip pan grooves.

      Finally I turned back on the breaker to the stove and cranked on the burners to test out the connection and that everything was working A-OK.

      Job done:-)
      • PATRICK from WASHINGTON, DC
      • Difficulty Level:
        Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        15 - 30 mins
      • Tools:
        Screw drivers
      • Parts Used:
        WB17X5113
      8 of 9 people found this instruction helpful.
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      needed to replace a receptacle
      I had already removed the worn out part. The new part came with wire joint covers and connecting them was fine. The brace that came with the part did not actually fit onto the stove burner well; so I cleaned and used the older brace - but, when I went to put it back in place, the bearings on the original self locking bolt were stripped. So, I had to find a replacement bolt with a nut. Found that I had some of those on hand. Once the brace was firmly in place, the rest was easy!
      • Mary Catherine from silver spring, MD
      • Difficulty Level:
        A Bit Difficult
      • Total Repair Time:
        1- 2 hours
      • Tools:
        Pliers, Screw drivers
      • Parts Used:
        WB17X5113
      5 of 10 people found this instruction helpful.
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      Large front burner came on sometimes. Oven bake element got red in one spot and burned out.
      Really simple. Shut off circuit breaker. Removed 4 counter top screws and slid out the built in stove. Removed 2 screws holding element in oven and removed back cover. Pulled leads off element in back since I couldn't remove from the front then removed element from oven front. Replaced the element and reversed the procedures. For the top burner, I cut the leads about 2 inches from terminal block and removed the screw holding the block. Afer stripping the wires, I used the wire nut supplied and reconnected the terminal block. Replaced the terminal block screw, slid stove back in and reversed removal procedure.
      Turned power on and everthing worked. One problem occured with the terminal block; the connecting hole for the screw was 90 degrees off. I had to bend it to a 180 degree configuration for the screw to be installed.
      • Mike from Lexington, TN
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        15 - 30 mins
      • Tools:
        Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers
      • Parts Used:
        WB44K5012, WB17X5113
      3 of 4 people found this instruction helpful.
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      The heating coil on the stove blew, or wouldn't work.
      I simply replaced the female part of the plug that the coil plugs in to. I figured this would do the job. I replaced the part,
      • Lynn from Dallas, TX
      • Difficulty Level:
        Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        15 - 30 mins
      • Tools:
        Pliers, Screw drivers
      • Parts Used:
        WB17X5113
      2 of 2 people found this instruction helpful.
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      terminal block not working
      simple remove the old one, strip old wires to make longer, twist wires together, put on wire nuts.
      • JAMES from SAN JOSE, CA
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        15 - 30 mins
      • Parts Used:
        WB17X5113
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      Terminal block wire had burned out
      Unplugged the range. Opened the range top, unscrewed the old block and cut the wires back. New mount did not match the range top. Removed the old mount from the old terminal block and removed the new mount from the new terminal block and inserted the new block in the old mount. Spliced the wires with the provided wire nuts, protected the splice with the provided heat shrink tubing and installed the burner in the new terminal block. Reinstalled the power cord and tested the burner.
      • Mary from FOUNTAIN, CO
      • Difficulty Level:
        A Bit Difficult
      • Total Repair Time:
        Less than 15 mins
      • Tools:
        Nutdriver, Pliers
      • Parts Used:
        WB17X5113
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      Largest element stopped working months ago-
      A very easy fix-Unplug stove, remove back plate, remove non-working element and drip pan, unscrew terminal plug and push it through to back of unit to have room to work, cut wires to old terminal plug approx 4" from plug, inspect remaining wires for damage and if all is OK, strip old wires and wires of new plug approx 1/2", twist together and cap with wire nuts, cover with shrink wrap and warm with heat gun, push newly replaced terminal plug back into stove top, screw to terminal plug holder, replace back plate, plug in and replace drip pan and NEW element. Worked like a charm!
      • Verlane from Schenectady, NY
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        15 - 30 mins
      • Tools:
        Nutdriver, Screw drivers
      • Parts Used:
        WB30M2, WB17X5113
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      Burners on range would occasionally fail to heat
      First I disconnected the power. Then I removed the burner element and drip pan. Using the screwdriver I removed the single screw that holds the terminal block in place. I then cut the 2 wires to the old terminal block. I connected the wires of the new block to the existing wires using the supplied wire nuts. Next I slipped the supplied heat shrink tubing over the wire nut and wires and using the heat gun I applied heat to the shrink wrap. Finally I reinstalled the new terminal block using the old screw and re-installed the drip pan and burner. I repeated the procedure for 2 other burners that were exhibiting the same problem. All work perfectly.
      • Patrick from San Diego, CA
      • Difficulty Level:
        Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        30 - 60 mins
      • Tools:
        Screw drivers
      • Parts Used:
        WB17X5113
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