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EHS267 Caloric Range - Overview

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$18.62

Oven Sides Seal

It is made of black rubber and has a metal hook in each end.

$107.16

Electric Oven Thermostat

This part establishes and maintains the internal temperature of the oven cavity. The temperature of this thermostat ranges from 150 degrees Fahrenheit to 550 degrees Fahrenheit.

$50.98

BROIL ELEMENT

This electric oven broil element is 8-1/2 inches wide and 16 inches long. The terminal depth is 1-3/8 inches. Use this broil element for your Amana brand electric range or oven.

$42.20

Bake Element - 2400W 250V

This element is used on 24" ranges that have a screw in connection.

CLOCK

KNOB, THERMOSTAT

$3.44

SPRING, OVEN DOOR, L.

$3.44

SPRING, OVEN DOOR, R.

ALMOND (2)

GLASS, BACKGUARD

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The top seal on my Range broke

  • Customer: Clara from Missouri City TX
  • Difficulty: Really easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
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The repair was really easy! I read a review where the gentleman had order the wrong size and that had me a little worried because I did not specify a size. There were three seals on my range so I figured if one broke I might as well replace all three. When I received the seals they were the right size and it took me less than five minutes to put them on. ... read more

Top oven seal sagging, no longer seals

  • Customer: Martin from Blanca CO
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Time to Complete: 15 - 30 mins
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Used 2 side seals to make a new top seal (no longer available). Cut the 2 new side seals to provide about 1/2" less length than the old top seal. Removed one of the end hooks and straightened the hook, removed the old silicone from the hook. Used high temperature silicone and the old hook to splice the cut ends together. Let cure over-night and reinstalled... read more

Side seals were normally deteriorated on old wall oven

  • Customer: Gerard from Morristown NJ
  • Difficulty: Really easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
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I used the 14 in. Seals which are shown in their packaging as folded in a U - shape. The two tabs on either end slipped into their retainer holes easily requiring just enough stretching to flatten them. It all all took less than a minute, including opening the package. Very satisfying. read more