Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Karen From Georgetown, KY
Mar 05, 2008
17 out of 20 people found this instruction helpful
We removed the old element by removing the screws that attach it to the back of the oven. (make sure to secure the part that plugs into the actual element so that it won't pull into the back of the oven, we used clips to hold it). We removed the old element and placed the new one in position. Pushed the plugs into the element and screwed the element into place.
In our case, we had to also order the clock portion of the stove, as the arcing of the element when it burned out, fried the circuit. So we ordered a new clock. It was also simple to do. It is one unit and we simply removed the old clock, writing down where each colored wire went, and put in the new one, attaching the colored wires. Works like new!
We received our parts in 1 day! I priced the repair with an appliance repair service, and figure we saved ourselves @ $150. The parts themselves were $10-$30 cheaper than the repairman quoted us to repair.
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Part Number: PS977844