Broken element in dual-bake element

ApplianceGeneral Electric Range


Level of DifficultyEasy

Time to do repair1- 2 hours

Age of Appliance1 - 4 years

Tools Pliers

Frank From West Windsor, NJ

Jun 09, 2008

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** You must have a T-20 security torx bit to replace the element. I used Sears Model 25702 **

Slide out range

Unplug range

Remove two hex-head screws on power access panel, remove panel

Behind the main power connections, locate the four wires connecting to the lower bake element. They are horizontal, left to right , orange, yellow, two red. Note the order and pull wires straight back to disconnect the spade connectors

Slide range back

Remove top security torx screws and bottom hex head screws holding the element.

Pull element straight out

Transfer the gasket from the old element to the new one

Push new element straight back into place

Fasten the torx and hex head screws

Slide the range out

Reconnect the 4 wires

Close the power access panel, fasten the two hex screws

Plug range in

Slide range back

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Part Number: PS956149

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