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    • Part Number: AP2634795
    • MFG Part Number: WB30X354
    • Made by: GE
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Electric GE push button stove with hinged plug in burner. Need replacement 8" and 6" top coils as well as drip pans. It looks as though the ring is attached to the burners as one unit ? It's so old the model # is hard to read, J M750R1AV, the best I can make out. Thank You!!

Dk for Model Number JM750R1AV

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I am restoring a 1955 GE Kitchen Center stove and oven that were drowned out in Storm Sandy. as for the stove i have found the push button switches (WB23X28) and burner elements (WB30X354) What I cant seem to find is the wiring that joins the 2 pieces. HELP! As for the oven, i need it all!!!

Jjt for Model Number 1950's GE Kitchen Center

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I have old 1970's built in cook top that needs 8" element. It is the hinged type and has attached ring. Three connectors (two are bridged). Will WB30X354 work?

Donna L. for Model Number JP7601HT

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This is an older cooktop. the 8" burner when on high only heats up every other coil. It has the ceramic block on the end. I didn't want to pull anything apart to check connections until I have the replacement part in hand. Look like you have the one I need?

Keith for Model Number GE JP85 (VorY) 2J (CorG) hard to read

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This is a built in range. A 1975. I need the 8" top heating element. It is a 3 wire element. I think the WB30X354 part number is the one I need. Thanks!

Ed for Model Number JM93OR4AV serial DV404488G

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No model number on stove. Have replacement 3 wire heat element wb30x354 for an old Hotpoint. Came with small 2-holed brass plate, which is not on the original part. Does this plate go over the 2 free ends of the heat element, with the screws going down through the wire ends, plate then heat element ends? Is it meant to provide a connection between the 2 free ends of the element, like the other 2 ends are connected during manufacture with only 1 screw required?

Rob T. for Model Number WB30X354

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I have a 3 in 1 element on the front burner. The coil tries to heat and then stops. Because it tries to heat ( the temp comes upto about 150 or so degrees and then cuts off). I am wondering if there is a cut off switch somewher. IN the center of the coil there is some sort of a sensor. I have removed and joined the 2 wires but it still does not work.

Ben K. for Model Number P7 electric range... 3 in 1 element.

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