What is the limiter for?
Answer F. Hunt,
The limiter is designed so that the burner does not overheat and cuts it off when it reaches a certain temperature limit.
the right front burner is out . do i replace it ? or is there a fuse that i can change?
Answer Hello John! You will want to make sure the switch is sending power to the element first. Once you have verified you are getting power to the burner, visually inspect the burner for any breaks in the wiring of the burner. Here is the part number for the 8" burner 12500038, thanks!
How do I get at the unit on our cooktop. Are there screws on the bottom side? Do you have a schematic on the installation?
Answer Hello Roger,
Discontinue the power supply to the unit. remove the tape and possible screws connecting the ducting in the cabinet. If the unit has braces under the countertop, these will have to be loosened ort removed. Lift the unit from under the counter and set it diagonally on the countertop over the opening, (towels can be placed under the corners to prevent damage to the countertop). You will now remove the screws around the perimeter and the screws around the inside of the top frame. The top should come off to gain access to the inside components.
How do I get access to the burners for testing and/or replacement?
Answer Hello Steve. Open the oven door and remove the screws under the front of the cooktop lip on the unit. Now you can lift the cooktop to access and test the elements in the unit.
Hi, I need small element surface, the part number listed at back is 165n8-L6248R. Thanks
Answer Jon, the small 6" surface element is part number 12500039. If needed, the large 8" element is part number 12500038 and the dual element is part number 71003634. Thanks!