Can I use either 318120500 or WB24T10025 as a replacement switch on the same stove?
Answer Hello Peter! The switches do not cross reference or replace one another. Unfortunately, we can not guarantee they will work in each others place. Sorry about that!
Hi, Can I use this switch on my stove model? Thanks, Peter
Answer Hello Peter! Unfortunately, model C970.595934 seems to be a Canadian model and we do not have parts information available to verify that this infinite switch will work on your product. Sorry about that!
I need to replace my front right 8" burner switch and when I ordered it the part looks completly different than the original one that came with the range. I have nothing to show me how to connect the wires and the numbers on the back of the new one are all different from the old one.I can't seem to find an original part anywhere,can you help me out here?
Answer Donna, Based on our information WB24T10025 / WB24T10025, 2500W, 8" infinite switch is the correct part needed for your repair. We also show that it is NOT a substitute part number, and should be a "straight across", wire for wire replacement part. We will send you some wiring information, That should help you determine which wire attaches to which terminal, and will get you up and going.
I purchase a control switch and terminal block and burner and replace my old one .Where the burner connects to the termnial block the block seems to be melting. Can you tell what is wrong.
Answer Ron, First thing, check for spillage , grease, oil, etc. on the receptacle. . Also make sure the new element terminals are inserted into the receptacle as tightly and as deep as possible. And verify the correct parts were installed. Thanks
Does this item, have a fuse? The one on the right has what looks like a fuse broken off - perhaps it shorted out. And will this broken fuse cause the two large burners (each controlled by it own item #19 in the diagram cause the large burners not come on?
Answer Hello Richard. You will want to use a multi meter TJMA-DM1 to test the element and switch. To test the element put the meter on the element's terminal and you should read a closed circuit. To test the switch, reset the meter to 240v. Insert the meter leads into the slots into the burner receptacle. Turn on knob make sure you have 220 - 240v AC. If you don't have power going to the receptacle, check the wires coming from the switch to the burner. If wires are okay, then you will have to replace the switch WB24T10025. Thanks