Model #RF-SW200 PANASONIC Portable Audio

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Q:

Why will the RF burner on my Kenmore range model 911.9368411 only work when the LF burner is on?

A:

Your symptoms do point to a wiring problem. I would need more details regarding the replacement of the 4-wire cable with the 3-wire cable to help you resolve this problem yourself. You will likely need to call service technician to physically examine the rand and properly wire the replacement burner.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 16, 2009
Q:

I have a Kenmore cooktop model 665 95025101. I changed the rf element to part 4453909. How can I get an altered wire diagram?

A:

I don't have a wire diagram to send you but these are the connections from the old element to the new:

the wire that was on 1B goes to H

the wire that was on 2B goes to S

the wire that was on 1A is a jumper that goes to the element. The new element has an internal jumper.

the wire that was on 2A goes to 2.

I am sending you an image of the wiring for the elements on your range.

Hope this helps, if it isn't clear send another question.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 15, 2008
Q:

Model 665.95012102 When RR or RF burners are turned on, they turn red for a few seconds, then turn off. What part could cause this?

A:

You did not say if you have a pan on the element when this is happening or not. You also did not say what position you are setting the control dial to.

Two things cycle the elements off and on. The switch will cycle the burner off and on if you don't have the dial set to high. The larger the number is the more the element stays on. When you turn the control dial to high the switch will send voltage to the element constantly. The operation of the RR element sounds like it might be normal.

The limiter, which is a part of the element, will also cycle the elements off and on. The limiter will cycle the elements if the control dial is set to high.

To determine which part is bad someone needs to read the voltage to the element at the switch or control. If the switch is sending the voltage to the element and the element is cycling off, the limiter is cycling it.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
October 15, 2008