WB24X21736 – Replacing Your GE Electric Range’s Rotary Switch – AP5949284, 3447613, WB24T10181

WB24X21736 – Replacing Your GE Electric Range’s Rotary Switch – AP5949284, 3447613, WB24T10181


Hi, I’m Mike. You may need to replace your Rotary Switch
if the warming zone on your Range is not functioning properly. For this repair you’ll need: a Flathead Screwdriver,
a Phillips Screwdriver, and a 1/4-inch Nut Driver. Before doing any repairs, completely disconnect
your appliance from its power source. So to remove your rotary knob, first just
gently slide the knob off the shaft. Next, we’re going to take out these two screws
you see right here. To remove your back panel, you’re going to
have to take out these four screws. So you’re going to grab your 1/4″ Nut Driver. Then, just pull up on the back panel, making
sure that it’s out of these two tabs and place your panel to the side. Once you’ve removed the back panel, your rotary
switch is going to be right here. Using your Flathead Screwdriver, you’re going
to take off these two wires to disconnect the switch from the unit. Then grab your new OEM replacement switch. If you don’t have one of these switches already,
you can find one on one of our online websites. Then you’re going to reattach your switch
to these two wires, making sure that the switch with the black end is facing the bottom. Once it’s in place, take your back panel and
reattach it with the four screws we took out previously. So one you line up the switch, making sure
that the bottom black portion of the switch is facing down, you’re going to line up your
screw holes and screw your switch back into place. Once both screws have been put back into place,
take your knob and just slide it gently back onto the switch. And your repair is complete. Finally, don’t forget to plug in your appliance. Thanks for watching our video, please like,
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