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    • Part Number: AP3841140
    • MFG Part Number: 9759474
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The knob for our Dual Watt Element (left front) on our Whirlpool Electric Cooktop Model GJC3634LB01 has come off and cannot be replaced because the pole that it would attach to will not turn -- and when we take the knob off, the pole just pushes down into the cooktop. Looking at a parts diagram we think it is the infinite switch. Do you agree? If so, what is the correct replacement part? Thanks for your assistance.

Zoe for Model Number Whirlpool GJC3634LB01

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Hello, my Whrilpool Model # RF214LXTQ glasstop stove surface element burner just stopped working. It is the left front one. I am not sure if it is the infinite switch or the burner itself. I did a visual check and the burner looks fine, so iam guessing its the switch? Can you please give me the part numbers I would need for both the burner and the switch? Also do all four burners use the same inifinite switch? Thank you

Joel for Model Number Whirlpool Model RF214LXTQ

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From the diagram it is ambiguous which switch part I need to replace. Both the front left burner (with the bridge to rear) and the right rear (dual size & also simmer selectable) are either off or on; when on, it is always at the totally hot temp, with zero other choices, no matter where the switch is set. Do I need the infinite switch changed out for both? Is it the same part of different? Do all four burners use the same inifinite switch?

Jean for Model Number GJC3034RP00 WHIRLPOOL

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I need to replace the left front switch (dual size bridge burner) and the center rear switch (dual-size element) but I cannot pin down the part numbers from the parts diagram. Can you identify them. Thanks, Nick

Nick C. for Model Number GJC3634RB01

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I think I need to replace 2 of the switches on my cooktop. Is there a schematic that shows which part for which burner? Or is the one for dual and one for single?

Henry T for Model Number GJC3034RB01

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We have a temperature control problem with the front left/bridge element. There is no way to control the temperature on the element as it always stays n high when "on". I read and everything points to a bad infinite control switch. Will the AP3841140 switch be the correct one? Thanks

David for Model Number GJC3034rb01

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The front left dual burner will not adjust. When on, it stays on high. What's the problem?

Bill for Model Number rf198lxmb

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When I took apart my cooktop I was able to tag all the wires to the part AP3841140 except for one wire that must have slipped off before I could see where it went. This wire is goes to the "power on" light. But I go not know where on the part AP3841140 it should go. Please help.

Brad for Model Number Kitchen Aid KECC567KBL0

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The left front burner (dual burner) when using it either screams red hot or low to medium low. there is no in between. Is the switch bad or the burner?

John for Model Number GJC3034LP0

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I checked the fuse box under my counter top stove and I had 2 burnt glass fuses. I changed both. I turned back on the breaker in the main panel of the house. I just push down on the knob of the counter top stove model GJC3034LB02 and the glass fuse burns instantly. I checked all electrical connections and all seems fine. I tried it again and burnt another fuse. I then took apart the counter top stove and looked at all the burners. They do not have any signs of a short(i.e.: any black or burn marks). I then took apart the section where the knobs are and they all looked fine but the one that has the "accumiser". I see under it a small brown mark which looks like a burn mark. In between the slots, there seems to be burn marks in the form of black soot.Other than changing this knob, is there any other possibily for this sort of problem??? Could it be anything else???

Karl for Model Number GJC3034LB02

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