I have to replace burnercontrol switch #AP4368336. What is the corect procedure? I removed all the screws & the control panel will not move. Please advise.
Answer Hello Chris. You will need to remove the knobs, and remove the large plastic nuts under them. Once removed, the panel will lift off. Hope this helps.
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HOW TO REPLACE P/N 318220081 SWITCH ( 54A)
Answer Hello Jon,
To replace switch you will want to pull unit out. Unplug unit. Remove the rear panel over the control board. Pull knob for switch to be replaced off. Remove 2 screws holding switch in place. Remove one wire at a time and put on new switch. Screw new switch onto control panel and reinstall.
I am trying to install this switch. This is supposed to be for the front left burner. I need to know how to wire this up. I believe this may be different than the original one.
Answer Hello Armand. Sears doesn't support the wiring diagrams so I would recommend looking for the wiring diagram on the unit. It will either be on the back of the unit or you may have to pull the drawer out and look at either the back, side, or bottom of the drawer. some are under the unit where in the drawer opening behind the drawer or off to the side. Of course the ideal way to change it is one wire at a time, putting the wires to the terminal marked the same way the terminal on the old switch. Sorry I couldn't help any more. Good luck and have a great day!
Hello, I have one burner staying hot even though control knob is turned off and indicator light is off. Could this be the control switch?
Answer Hello Anthony! Yes, the burner switch will need to be replaced. Your appliance uses two 903136-9010, one 318120521 (located on the far left side) and one 318191027 (located on the far right side). Hope this helps, thanks!
I have the switch. It is a the replacement for original part # 318 36 9616. The connecting posts are different. I need to know which wire clips to which post. Thanks Jim
Answer Hello Jim. On the back of the old switch are some numbers. They should be H1, H2, L1, L2,and P. You will need to hook the wires from each one the the corresponding terminal on the new switch. Hope this helps.