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PartSelect Number PS11740695
This closed hinged style bake element 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 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:
I unscrewed the two screws holding the element in place and disconnected the two wires. Removed the element from the oven and replaced with the new one. Plugged in the two wires and replaced the two screws that secures the element to the back of the oven. Turned on the oven to test and turned back off when satisfied everything was O.K. Easy job.
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I had previously removed the element so I began by installing the new element. The wire connectors, did not fit as tightly as they did on the old element due to a slightly different shape on the element. Therefore, I had to take some needle-nosed pliers in order to bend the oven's wire connectors and make them fit tighter. Once that was done I struggled a bit to slip the connectors onto the new element but finally got them on.There is also a 208V element available for this oven but after calling the web site's phone number was advised that the 208v is for an apartment-type oven and that the 240V is appropriate.Everything works well!
I order the part on 7/29 and much to my surprise, it arrived the very next day. It took less than 15 minutes to remove the old element and installed the new one. It was a little difficult to unplug the old one and took quite a bit of pulling but it came out okay. Plugging in the new one and screwing on the cover plate was easy.
1) Turn off the power at the circuit panel!2) Remove 2 screws at the back of the bake element.3) Gently pull the element out about 6 inches.4) "Unplug" two wires from the back of the element.5) Do the same in reverse to put the new element back in.6) Turn the power back on.7) Done!
followed the instructions. removed the old element and installed new one.
Turned off electric to oven by shutting circuit breaker.Opened oven door, took out baking racks,loosened bolts from rear of oven holding element and plate . Disengaged element with plate from wires at rear of oven. Attached new element to clips on wires, rescrewed element plate back to rear wall. replaced racks and turned on circuit breaker. DONE!Thanks for the quick service ordered one day, next day delivery, never missed a meal or dessert.
i received the part via fed-x i opened the box uninstalled the old part installed the new part turned it on the element got red hot and it works just fine.
turned power off Unscrewed 2 screws pulled old element out slightly . disconected wires . connected wires to new element tightened 2 screws turned power back on baked a pie. took longer to type this
remove all element that is held with two screws and install the new one. easy fix! and a lot cheaper than a new stove!
Unscrewed two screws, pulled the element out of the socket, pushed in replacement element, screwed in the two screws--done!
I still haven't replaced this part I can't seem to get the screws out in the back of the oven to replace the element. I think I will have to call a service man to get the screws out and replace the element.
Fairly easy to do. Part arrived very quickly. Appreciate associate's help in making sure part was right.
I removed the two screws for the bake element, diconnected the two wires attached to the bake element. I then reattached the wires to the new bake element, secured it with the two screws and I was done. It took five minutes and the oven works like new.
Pulled old one out, installed new one with a twist of the screw driver. Easy!!!
The repair was easy. I turned off the power to the oven at he curcuit breaker. Using a phillips screwdriver, I removed the 2 screws that held on the old heating element. One screw came off easily. The other screw required a little WD-40 and alot of force, but I was able to get it off. I then removed the 2 wires from the terminals on the old element. Again, it required a little force and wiggling of the contact.Reversing the process, I slid the contacts onto the terminals of the new heating element. Then, I screwed the backplate of the new heating element in place at the back of the oven with the 2 screws I had previously removed. I then restored power at the circuit breaker. The whole job took less then 10 minutes.
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