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Terminal Block Assembly

Part Number: AP2021501
MFG Part Number: WB17X5051
Made by: GE
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By GE. This electric range terminal block assembly includes the ceramic block, the metal mounting bracket, the mounting screws and the two contacts (Contacts not avalailable seperate). Fits GE and HotPoint ranges where a ceramic terminal block is used. Its recommended to also check and replace the surface elements if needed. Matching surface elements: 6 inch element order WB30X218. For 8 inch element order WB30X219.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Terminal Block, Receptacle.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB17X5051 (AP2021501) replaces 2828, AH232617, EA232617, PS232617, WB01X5352, WB01X5353, WB01X5354, WB02X6168, WB02X6169, WB02X6170, WB05X5026, WB09X5072, WB17X5051R, WB17X5052, WB1X5352, WB1X5353, WB1X5354, WB2X6168, WB2X6169, WB2X6170, WB5X5026, WB5X5026R, WB9X5072.

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How to Replace Terminal Block Assembly #WB17X5051

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Terminal Block Assembly #WB17X5051 for Cooktop, Range made by GE. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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I got this ge range and need the burner socket and wire with terminal to replace the damaged section of wire. can I use Part Number: AP2022666 to splice with ceramic nut and shrinkwrap? or what parts do I need ? thanks

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I have a ge electric range. from the 70s I believe. It uses ceramic burner receptacles. wb 17x5051. It needs two of them. The problem I have is one of the wires got hot and the terminal end is broke off the wire and two inches of the wire have insulation exposed. I can't find a pigtail kit to splice the wire on the ceramic receptacles. What is the solution? thanks.

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I'm replacing the stove top recepticles #WB17X5051. I'm replacing the wires on the recepticles also, which are now all black. The new Hi-Temp wires are Black, White and Red. I have installed the Black & White wires, but have not connected them to the receptacle block, which has four metal blades/prongs that one wire mounts to each each blade. Can you help me with the order the wiring goes? I tried to find out which side of the terminal was positive by using an ohmmeter, but I got a spark so I stoped? Can you help me with this problem?

Al for Model Number JSP47G002BG GENERAL ELECTRIC

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In the picture a part is described as "contacts". Where are the contacts installed? Are they installed where the wires attach to the receptacle?? Because my screws (where wires connect) are so corroded I may need to install new clips? BTW I wish the kit had been the kind where you cut the wires then splice in place the new part using wire nuts. Thanks

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Received part quickly. Since my old block was badly corroded the screws/clips where wire was attached broke. Can I put new clips on end of the wires? Also where does the "contact" part go? At the rear... where wires attach? What do I do with the white "card" piece packed with mine? Thanks.

Cape C. for Model Number GE JBP 23

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Please instruct me on the terminals to which I connect the pigtail on a Maytag Clothes Dryer.

Don Bergherm

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