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PartSelect Number PS11740695
The bake element in your oven is the part that provides heat when cooking. If your oven is too hot, or not hot enough, or does not heat evenly, you may need to replace the bake element. This part is 2600 Watts and 240 Volts. It is a closed hinged style bake element which is 15-3/4 inches long and 16-5/8 inches wide. The terminal depth is three inches and they are 1-3/4 inches apart. This part is made of metal and is black in color. Be sure to disconnect power to the oven before completing this repair.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Removed 2 screws holding element in place. Pulled out element to access two wires. Slid off the old element connectors. Placed new element in place and attached the two wires. Pushed it back into place and replaced the screws. Done in 10 min max.
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1. Turn off oven.2. Switch off circuit braker to oven.3. Remove two screws holding element.4. Pull element out to expose connectors.5. Disconnect connectors and remove element.6. Reverse procedure for installation.
As soon the Bake Element has arive, I install it no more than 5 min... All I nedd was a Screw driver. It was so easy, Thank You PartSelet!
I had previously partially removed the element and tested with multi-meter to determine that it was not working (open circuit). Repair procedure follows:Turned off PowerRemoved 2 retaining screwsPulled element out part wayRemoved 2 spade connectors supplying powerReplaced element w/new elementReversed procedureTested Oven; worked fine.
First, shut off the power at the breaker panel. Next, I simply unscrewed the screws holding in each element, disconnected the leads, reconnected the leads to the new elements, positioned each element & reinserted the screws. A suggestion: Before loosening the screws, a light shot of PB Blaster or similar might help.
Removed old element, replaced new element. Unfortunately, this didn't fix the problem. It was the temperature sensor. But now I have a new bake element, though!
Remove racks, extract two phillips head screws, pull out element, unattached wires, install new element, reverse procedure to complete installation. (Note: With the racks and element out, great time to clean oven.)
was very easy to install I only needed a phillips screwdriver to remove old part and install new one.
Turn off the oven circuit breaker. Remove 2 screws that hold the element in place. Carefully pull element out, about 3 inches and remove 2 attached wires by holding the element and pulling the wire clips off of the old element. Slide wire clips onto the new element and put the screws back in.
took out the old heating elments and cleaned the bottom & top of oven with out the elments in, which made it alot easier then put new ones in. They were very easy to do, just make sure you watch how you took old ones out and don't loose the screws cause you use them to put new ones in.
I removed the back panel, unplugged the wires, removed the 2 screws, replaced the element, plugged the wires back in and put the back panel back on. Now that I'm thinking about it, I guess I didn't even need to remove the back panel to replace the element.
Naturally the oven turned was off but for added safety I also set the breaker protecting the oven to the off position. Where the element attaches to the oven there is a small plate with two screws holding the element in position. Remove these two screws and then gently pull the element out 2-3 inches, which will expose the electrical connection. Using needle nose pliers gently pull on one of the wires to remove it from the element. Now remove the other and discard the old element. Simply plug the new element into those wires and screw the plate back into the oven. Now turn the breaker back on and you're done. Super easy!
removed 2 screws . pulled out the 2 wires and disconect them. took out the element. Put the new element in and hooked the wires up. placed the metal bracket to the back and put in the 2 screw and turned it on and it worked like new. Brenda
I removed two screws, pulled it out a few inched and unpluged two wires. I then plugged the two wires into the new element slowly slid the wires and element back into place and put the two screws back in... and it worked perfectly. I did it all in less than five mins. And I am a 53 year old woman.No man was required.
My husband is an over-the-road driver, so I have to do all of the repairs myself. I went to the breaker box and turned off the power to the range. Then I removed 2 screws, pulled the element out about 3", and disconnected the wires. I then connected the wires to the new element, pushed it back in place, and replaced the screws. We had Parmesan Chicken for dinner and my children were thrilled!
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