I need a Part Number: AP2634743 heating element. Are these things hard to replace? I've never took on any appliance repair. Can any joe homeowner do it?
Answer Hello Scott. This can be a pretty big job if you have never replaced one before. The top will have to come completely apart for the replacement of the element. It can be done just take your time and be careful. The top and elements are fragile. Hope this helps.
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Could you explain how to replace the right lower radiant element on a GE Profile cooktop model # JP968B0C1BB.
To replace the element you will need to pull the unit out from installation and remove the screws that are around the perimeter that hold the main top in place. Once removed you will lift the cooktop off of the burner box and this will give you access to the burners.
Would this radiant elemement be the cause of the burner not heating? alsothe temp ltd function code is f153
Answer Hi Joe. Yes the element will cause the burner from not heating. Which element is in question? Unplug the unit. Check all heater,sensor, and wire harness connectors for damage or being loose. Remove sensor connector from the board and measure the RTD sensor. At room temperatures it should read 1030-1150ohms. If it does not then replace the heater and recalibrate inductive sensers. If it does then replace the main board and recalibrate sensors. The board # is WB27T10365 Thank you.