Question about Amana Kitchen Ranges
Would like to know if it is the switch on the face of the stove that switches from small to full burner or the heating element
It could be either. You will have to test voltage to burner. If it’s getting voltage to part of burner that’s not working, then burner is bad. If it’s not getting voltage, switch is bad.
Posted on Nov 27, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Initially, it could either be:
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008
It would seem you posted anew.
For some reason I could not locate related literature for a RCC3024LD01,although there are for LB01, LQ01 and a LT01. Most of the components inthese models could be checked with the use of a continuity tester(multitester VOM/DVM). The idea is to check for continuity of eachcomponent. If we are to assume that the heating element as a likelysuspect, it is a matter of checking if the coil is continuous, that isno break anywhere in between. The test prods of the continuity testerwould be applied to the two (2) terminals of the heating element andthe tester should deflect/display how much is the resistance. Normalreading shouold be pretty low while no deflection/reading indicates anopen coil and therefore would require replacement.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008
It is the burner control (behind the knob). The triac in the control has failed. $50 item, 10 minute change. Just make note which wire goes to which terminal.
I doubt that it is the control board, as the board has little to do with the stove top, but rather controls the display and the oven temperature/feedback monitoring.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
Try cleaning the knobs. I did the same thing you did (turning the circuit breaker off but that did not solve the problem.
My wife just tried turning the knobs and that seemed to work. It appears that one of the knobs may have been so sticky that the though it's in the OFF position it thinks it's still ON.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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