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daveNE

04:22AM | 03/13/09
Member Since: 03/12/09
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Thanks to cherylc, I repaired my large burners with Part No:

10M6174,(bridge rectifier) and Part No: 48K9695 (20 amp. cartridge fuse) which I obtained from www.newark.com for (4 pieces of each) less than $15. Total repair time was 1 hour. I bought more than I needed because I figured I'd need to repair it often...not so thus far. When you remove the rectifier, scrape off the white thermal grease on the bottom and apply it to the new rectifier...helps with heat dissipation. Also, check under your cooktop and use a vacuum to clean all the louvers on the pan there to prevent future heat-related parts failures.

TICO

11:45AM | 09/26/12
Member Since: 09/18/12
1 lifetime posts
HI JIM!
MY NAME IS ROBERTO AND I LIVE IN VENEZUELA.
I HAVE A KENMORE IND. COOP TOP I BOUGHT IN 1995 THAT USES THE PW MODULES WB27X5491&5492.RECENTLY THE PW MODULE LEFT LARGE BURNER STOP WORKING AND I READ A LOT OF TREADS ABOUT THIS PROBLEM IN INDUCTION COOKERS.
WHE I READ YOUR ABOUT THE TRANSISTOR AND THE PROBLEM YOU HAD TO SEE THE PART NUMBER OF IT I HAVE THE LOOK AND I AM GLAD TO TELL YOU THAT THE PART NUMBER OF THOSE TRANSISTORS(3 FOR EA PWMOD/ONE FOR THE SMALL BURNER AND TWO FOR THE LARGE BURNER MOUNTED IN A SIMPLE PCB IN BOTH CASES)IS:
"MG60M1AL1"
I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THAT TRANSISTOR IN INTERNET AND IT IS NOT CHEAP THAN ONE CAN GUESS ($65) BUT IF ONE WANTS CHEAPER THAN THAT YOU HAVE TO BUY 5/10/20 AND UNTIL NOW ALL THE SUPLIERS I HAVE FOUND ARE FROM CHINA.
IN YOUR TREAD YOU SAY THE TRANSISTORT IS SHORTED. HOW DID YOU TEST IT AND WHAT THE REFERENCE VALUES YOU TOOK WERE TO FIGURED THE TRANSISTOR IS SHORTED?
FINALLY IF YOU RESOLVED YOU PROBLEM MAY YOU TELL ME HOW.
MY EMAIL IS: ticorodo@gmail.com.
I AM UPLOADED A PHOTO OF THE TRANSISTOR W/THE PART NUMBER ON IT.
I HOPE THIS HELP YOU.
ROBERTO
Imagen%20mg60m1al1
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