Level of DifficultyA Bit Difficult
Time to do repair1- 2 hours
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Sandra From Los Angeles, CA
Nov 17, 2012
The oven began to have low heat and then no heat. Read about it on-line and figured it was the igniter for the oven. Found the model number on stove/oven frame behind the bottom draw. Then I looked at a few on-line videos about how to install the piece. I have a convection oven and had to take the fan cover off to remove the bottom inside cover of the stove and I couldn't figure out how to remove the oven door to make it easier...so I had to leave the oven door on the stove. The stove door is heavy so be aware of that issue. Also I needed help...it was a two people operation. I needed to lay the stove on it's back to get to the piece. I needed to cut the wires and remember where everything went it was as simple as the video made it out to be...there were a few more wire connections. There is the issue of the door ...be careful you can stand the stove up and bring it down again but if not be careful/mindful of the door and it's weight and desire to slam closed...maybe a third person would be good to have around. ;) Anyway it can be done. Have patience. Take your time. Have a buddy to help you. Best part...the oven is now heating!! ;) Lovely!
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Part Number: PS470129