Just wondering if there is a way to test the burner switch with a multimeter. I've tried testing continuity between the various connections (p2,p3,etc) and there is none with the switch on or off, even with the known working switches. Also, what part no do I need for the front right (dual) burner. Thanks.
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The digital display for the burners reads "er" in one of them the others reads something like "Sb". Are the four burner controllers damaged?
Answer Daniel, Did you by chance have a power failure, or similar situation, while the stove was in use ? " An error message will be displayed (glowing “Er”) at power up (or after a power failure) if ANY of the surface control knobs were left in the ON positions If a power failure should occur, be sure to set all of the surface control knobs to the OFF position. This will reset the surface controls." We could find no similar error for the "Sb" in any technical data information, You will need to reset the power to the unit , make sure everything is Off or reset first. If the "ER" error persists, you'll want to check or replace the potentiometer 316441801
I checked all connections including the the ones I didn't touch...everything is tight and right.
Answer Hello Ed. Ok I pulled the tech sheet on this. The manual said to make sure the control is not locked out. If it is not locked out, then try a hard reset by disconnecting the power to the stove for about 30 minutes. What eye is working? Is it the one you changed the switch on? Were the other eyes working before you replaced the switch? Thanks.
Answer Hello Ed. Check and make sure all of your connections are good and tight, and none of the other switches came unpluged while doing this repair. Hope this helps.