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    • Part Number: AP3095444
    • MFG Part Number: 3149400
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My 'Cooktop On' light stays on when the knows are in the Off position. Do the Surface Unit Switches control this light as well? Thanks!

Mark for Model Number Whirlpool RF262LXSB4

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My small right rear burner doesn't come on at all and my right front large burner sticks on high periodically. Should both problems be solved by replacing the infinite limit switches?

Casey for Model Number RF362LXST

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Which direction do you turn cooktop switches to turn on burner?

Cory

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My Range has a 10 inch burner, not 8 and the old infinate switch is rated 10.0 to 11.5 A. Will the switch rated from 8.9 to 11.0 A for the 8 inch burner work?

Chris for Model Number RF376LXGW0

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I have a Whirlpool Electric Range (Model RF386PXDBO). The metal stem that the knob attaches to has broken off (front right burner). It appears that I need to replace it with the Surface Unit Switch (part# 3149400). Can you confirm that this is the correct part? Thank you for your time!

Lisa for Model Number RF386PXDBO

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I just ordered an infinite switch. I removed wire by wire when I noticed on the old location h1 and h2 is in different location than on the new one and the l2 l1 is the h1 h2 on the new location. Is this the right switch or just but l1 to l1 no matter.

Dewayne H. for Model Number 7909421340c

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The surface element switch on the 1989 Whirlpool Electric Range Model# RF365BXVWO is clearly marked as 3148954; KS812705; 89341 (10.0-11.5A) 240V FSP. Yet, many website say this part is now replaced with part# 3149400 (8.9-11.0A). The new part 3149400 or AP3095444 (8.9-11.0A) metal shaft (the stem) is 1" long (seen from the picture on your website). The old part 3148954 metal shaft (the stem) is 9/16" long. PLEASE ADVISE whether the NEW part 3149400 come with a changeable metal shaft (stem) adapter, or a removable metal shaft (stem) to reduce its length from 1" to 9/16".

Stewart for Model Number Whirlpool Electric Range RF365BXV WO

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I just ordered 2 sets of surface unit switches for our amana range. The original switches are still working but smoke was coming from the larger burner switch. I removed it and noticed it was blackened inside of it., p/n 3148954. and the other large burner's switch was also blackened. One of the smaller burners had a blackened area inside of it's switch p/n 3148951. So, I ordered replacement switches for all 4. 3149400 (2) and3149404 (2). Now my question: Are both of these switches considered "infinite" switches? The 9400.. is called a surface unit switch, by my receipt. Please let me know if I have ordered the incorrect switches. Also, we have not used this range very much at all, and was concerned as to why the switches are blackening or burning. Was told by a friend that if we did not turn the switch on Exactly on the setting , as putting the know in between settings, that could cause the switch to burn. What's your professional answer.

Jeff L for Model Number aer5830vab

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I just ordered 2 sets of surface unit switches for our amana range. The original switches are still working but smoke was coming from the larger burner switch. I removed it and noticed it was blackened inside of it., p/n 3148954. and the other large burner's switch was also blackened. One of the smaller burners had a blackened area inside of it's switch p/n 3148951. So, I ordered replacement switches for all 4. 3149400 (2) and3149404 (2). Now my question: Are both of these switches considered "infinite" switches? The 9400.. is called a surface unit switch, by my receipt. Please let me know if I have ordered the incorrect switches. Also, we have not used this range very much at all, and was concerned as to why the switches are blackening or burning. Was told by a friend that if we did not turn the switch on Exactly on the setting , as putting the know in between settings, that could cause the switch to burn. What's your professional answer.

Jeff L for Model Number aer5830vab

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NEED THE PART NUMBER FOR THE DUAL BURNER CONTROL SWITCH

Tarheel for Model Number GR475LXMS

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