So the burners stay on no matter what setting - low or high. I opened and found the switches (heat regulator) were the problem.
The metal contact of the green board is broken because it's too thin.
Thus, no connection between #1 and #2 (picture below). The electric range could not turn off the burner when it reached the desired temperature.
A. The metal contact at #1 is sharp. I wonder if I can bend the tip to make better contact.
B. At #2, I'm thinking about putting some solder there.
Will these fixes cause potential problems?
I don't want to buy a new switch because it will definitely fail in the same manner. (I don't know why engineer designed it this way. If this is the case, I blame sale management)