Just purchased the dual infinite switch but is different from old. Can someone tell what what wires go to what post
The following is the instructions for your switch. 1. Double RED: N -> P2 (incoming power, Line 1) 2. Single RED: N -> 2 (to Inner AND Outer heating elements common wire) 3. Single BLK: L1 -> P1 (incoming power, Line 2) 4. Single TAN: H1 -> 4 (to the Inner heating element) 5. Single YEL: H2-> 4a (to the Inner heating element) 6. Single BLK: P -> S2 (to the R.F. indicator control light) 7. Attach jumper black wire (included with new switch) from P1 (P1 has two connectors close together) to S1. *On units with a compound connection, the two red wires must be separated. Locate the right front switch connection (L2). The red wire routed from the right rear element/switch will remain, but the red wire routed from the left rear element/switch must be disconnected, re-terminated and connected to position 2 on the new dual switch. *On units with an L2 piggyback connection, the two red wires must be separated. Locate the red wire routed to the L2 supply and connect it to position P2 on the new dual switch. Locate the red wire routed to the element and connect it to position 2 on the new dual switch. *On all other applications, the wire connected to the element should terminate to position 2 on the new dual switch
I read over the wire Diagram and also through the Q&A here I connected the wires as I believe were correct and the duel burner does not go on. I DID NOT separate the 2 red wires as I have a single red that I connected on 2 and the double on L2. Tan on 4 Yellow on 4a and single Black on S2 I provided the jumper from P1 to S1. Double black on L1
Based on the way that you have the wires attached, this is the correct wiring. You will want to check from L1 to L2 if the unit is still not working for 240 vac. If there is proper voltage then test with the switch turned to the on position and check from 4 to 4a for 240 vac. If there is power there then the issue will most likely be in the wiring to the element or the element itself.