One of the haliant elements in my ge profile smooth surface cooktop quit working
Syed J. • Hernando, MS • February 09, 2015
Appliance: General Electric Electric Range JP360BV1BB
My Repair & Advice
Pulled the cooktop straight out from the counter. Removed five screws in the front and five in the back. Removed the knobs. Lifted the glass top. Removed the four (sleeved) wires from the old element, one at a time, and inserted in the new element. Put the top back, put the screws and and dropped the cooktop back in the kitchen counter.
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