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Old 02-12-2018, 01:01 PM   #1
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115 volt stove burner

Hi to all,
We have an old electric stove ( Galley Maid) on board. I works fine but one of the burners failed. I am finding it very difficult to find a 115 volt burner.
Does anyone know where to find any.

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Hi to all,
We have an old electric stove ( Galley Maid) on board. I works fine but one of the burners failed. I am finding it very difficult to find a 115 volt burner.
Does anyone know where to find any.

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Did the burner fail or is plug connection not functioning. Have you swapped burners to check?
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Thank you, they do have the part.
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Did the burner fail or is plug connection not functioning. Have you swapped burners to check?
I screwed up and bought another burner with no thought of the voltage,and threw the old one away. The one I bought was 240 volt (didn't work). My son who is an electrician said the same thing you said. Looks like it was just probably the connection.

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On some you have different wattages too. On the old Sealand Princes stove the forward burners were 1200w, while the back burner was 800w.
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I recently had a stove problem and discovered that the burner element was not at fault. It turned out that the problem was a defective control knob. Make sure that the element is bad first, that's the easiest to replace.
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