I need a 6" stovetop burner that's rated at 115v. I can only use that voltage. What is this one rated at? Thank you!
Answer Milton, the element is a 240v 1500 watts unit. We will need your model number to verify the parts available for your model. Thanks.
How do I determine Jenn Air model number?
Answer Bryan, if you are needing assistance locating a model number you may use the following link. Hope it helps. Thanks. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/m
Will the Whirlpool 6" and 8" surface burner work with a Jenn Air??
Answer Bryan, we'll need the appliance model number to determine the correct replacement parts for your unit. Please obtain this information and repost for further assistance. Here is a link to help locate the model. Thanks. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx
Husband recv'd shock while stirring food in pot. I recv'd shock from handle on microwave which is above stove. I had removed and cleaned drip pans, etc the night before. One of the 6" elements look like the "gasket" hear the prong is busted off. Would this cause a shock?
Answer Sandy, As we're sure you know, water and electricity don't mix. If there was a spill over or water in or on the element receptacles, you could cause a short and receive a mild shock if you're touching certain areas or portions of the range, especially an electric range. By now things should have dried out satisfactorily and shouldn't present a problem. If the shock is still present then you'll need to check for a pinched or damaged wire in the range. There is no "gasket" involved in the element or receptacle, you probably mean the metal separator near the end of the element assembly, they can come loose on occasion, but don't normally present a problem. You would need to replace the element if that is the case.
Need 6"/3 stove top burner element for Caloric stove.
Answer Jim, the model number given is not pulling up in our systems as being valid. The closest model I could locate is a Kenmore Washer. Please double check the model number and repost for further assistance. Thanks.
When the oven is on two of the cooktop burners get very hot. In addition, the cooktop burners sit too high such that cooktop burner covers don't fit. Any ideas?
There is a vent under the right rear burner that will cause the burners to get hot when the oven is on. For the burners sitting too high the only thing that you can do is to make sure that they are properly seated in the top and that the correct burner bowls are installed.
It appears the part that the element plugs into isn't working on our stove. What is the part number(s) for this?
Answer Hello Brandon,
This is called the surface burner receptacle 814399. Be sure to sand the terminal ends of the element that plug into it so a good circuit is established and it doesn't burn up the new part.