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    • Part Number: AP2024072
    • MFG Part Number: WB24T10025
    • Made by: GE
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Our stove lost power on the burners and oven only. Control panel and all lites work. What part should we check first?

Grandma C for Model Number JBP24W0H2WW GENERAL ELECTRIC STOVE

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I need a 6" infinite switch for a GE range model JBP35WOH2WW and unable to find this item. You have 8" but not able to find 6" Can you help?

Dale for Model Number JBP35WOH2WW

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Can I use either 318120500 or WB24T10025 as a replacement switch on the same stove?

Peter

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Hi, Can I use this switch on my stove model? Thanks, Peter

Peter for Model Number C970 595934

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The 8 in front burner will all of a sudden start heating up (even when at lowest setting) and will continue until is glowing red. I replaced the coil but I am afraid that this did not fix the problem. I am wondering if it is the infinite switch that needs replacing?

Sally for Model Number JBP35DOJ1WW

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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?

Donna for Model Number JBP24EK4BB

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I replaced the infinite switch (part number: WB24T10025) on my GE range stove, model no: JBP35C. Before putting the back-panel I wanted to test the stove to see if it is working. It worked fine but I noticed that there is some occasional spark inside the infinite switch. I also tested the other units that were working before and saw the occasional spark on those too inside the cavity of the infinite switch. The heating units are working fine and the heat is also under control and goes go high or low as the knob is turned. Wondering why there is spark inside this switch? Is it suppose to work like that? Or, there is some other problems with my stove? There were some oil and grease dripping from the exhaust fan but I cleaned where I could reach. The reason I needed to change the infinite switch in first place cause the heating unit was on high even when knob was on low setting. The old infinite switch I took out had some marks of burning inside. Will appreciate your help. Thank you.

Reggie for Model Number JBP35C

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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. Thanks Ron

Ron for Model Number J BPB35BOK3WH

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just replaced the burner and wireing to burner. hooked up the wires the same as old ones were. Turned on power and turned on the switch to that element. No heat at all, then a spark shot out of the back of the switch. everything else works fine but this one burner the wires and burner are new. So now I am ordering a new switch. Anything you can tell me that would be helpful at this point would be great. Thanks

Shawn for Model Number JBP26WB4WW

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I need to make sure this part is 240 v. & 2600 w. Before I order it. It's for my electric stove. Thank you.

Loretta M. for Model Number manufct #WB24T10025, part # AP2024072

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