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How To Replace a Kitchen Stove Switch
I am replacing a switch inside a Frigidaire Elite kitchen stove. I need to know where to plug the wires, two black, on red and two white on the element’s switch…
The Key to Replacing a Kitchen Stove Switch
Background: Andre, a Homeowner from Canada
Thanks for your electrical question Andre.
Andre, I would need to know exactly what switch is being replaced and the exact model number of the kitchen stove.Â The key to replacingÂ a kitchen stove switch is to get the exact replacement switch then write down the exact connections of all the wires before removing any wires from the existing switch. If it is possible, remove the existing switch with the wires attached, then one by one transfer the wire assignments to the new switch. Be sure the stove circuit is off before replacing the switch.
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