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maytag gemini electric range (8119P388-60)

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argieshark   
argieshark

maytag gemini electric range (8119P388-60)

need this manual to diagnose a burner issue.  the larger burner (front right) has the capacity to be three different size burners based on two switch settings. 

My issue is the center section of the front right heating element is not powering up.  the outer zones are.  based on this peculiarity, i suspect i either need to replace an upstream circuit part or the whole element. 

replacing the whole element appears to be very easy.  part number on the underside of the ceramic element says:  Ceramaspeed RoHs 300P8-L8606R 7406P494-60.

Thanks,

Argie

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8119P388-60

that's not the model number ..

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If you change the element make sure you check the wire locations and I.d.'s....the locations may change from the original element so if you just plug the wires up as the old one is you may be buying another.

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