Do you have a wiring diagram for this which shows which color wire connects to which post?
Answer Hello Bob,
We can probably pull the wiring diagram with the model number but with no model number, we cannot pull it. Everything in the appliance industry is tied to the model numbers. I'm sorry to put you to the additional trouble but if we could please ask you to post the model number on the units' I.D. tag, we can pull that wiring diagram and provide you with proper assistance. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.
My GE range has problem.The hot surface indicator light is always on even I turn off the element, I means it keep on all day.when I turn on the switch, the biggest element start heat and become red, and then stop heat. It is a a glass cook top.I open the switch yesterday. a litter dirty inside, I clean it.I checked the switch.this switch is different from another 3. There are P2,P1,S2,2,4,4a. when the switch is off, between P1 & P2 is 240v, P1 & 4 is 240v, P1 & 2 is 240v, P1 & 4a is 240v, P1 & S2 is 0v, P2 & S2 is 140v. I don't know I should change a heating element or a switch.
Could you give me some suggestion? Thanks!
Answer Hello Mike. This is usually caused by a bad switch and you will need to replace the switch on the unit. You can test and see if the switch is sending power to the light in the off position. If so, it is bad. 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