The light indicator stays on all the time. The right front dual element is cool - doesn't get hot. The 3 other units work fine. What needs replacement?
You will want to check the infinite switch on the unit. You can check from H1 to H2 with the switch 3605F305-19 on for 240vac and if there is not correct power then the switch is bad and needs to be replaced. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
I got new replacement switch for rf dual burner kit # 903057-9010 and the instructions are greek to me. I tried to hook up 1 wire at time and thought I had it right but it tripped the 40 amp breaker, may of fried the new switch. I have to install another one so I need info. on how to do it. I can't do it with the instructions provided. Is there any way to see what wire goes to what terminal by color or by where the wires go to the element etc? I need to replace this switch but the new one is different than the new one. I dont want to ruin another new switch.
Answer Hi Albert. Tripping breakers mean you have a direct short. It can be possible that unless you see a burnt / blown out part, the switch part # 903057-9010 may still be good. Blk. wire with a jumper feed will feed both P-2's. Orange # 18 gauge wire goes to the pilot and the # 4 switch connection. Red wire #16 gauge jumper is from the # terminal to the inner element connection. This is the same side that hooks to the limiter which the other end of the limiter is a brown # 16 gauge wire going to the #2 connection of the R.F. Sw. The other side of the switch has a red # 16 gauge wire hooks to it from the jumper to L-2 connection of the RT.R. Sw., jumping to the Lt. rear sw.(@L_2) finally dead front at (ending) the P-1 connection on the Lt. front switch. The limiter has a black #18 gauge wire connected to it that is a jumper series to all limiters on the same connection. The limiter has a brown,gray or an orange #18 gauge feeding one side of the hot surface l.e.d. indicator bulb. There is a red # 16 gauge wire that goes to the P1 connection of the switch, opposite of the brown wire on #2 connection going to the limiter. Thank you.