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PartSelect Number PS11744014
This oven bake element with push on terminals has a terminal depth of three inches, making a total element length of nineteen inches.
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 removed the two screws at the rear of the oven and pulled out the existing element, plugged in the new element, pushing it back in place and mounted the screws back in the bracket. I then made the "Tim the Tool Man" grunt noises feeling very proud that I am now officially a Handy Woman!
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My husband has moved out of state for his job. I am left here with the children until the house sells. This is the first time I have ever had to do any oven repair. I had excellent and fast service - my part came right away. I took out the 2 screws holding the element in place, pulled the element out, disconnected the old element, connected the new one, pushed it back in, and replaced the screws. No problem at all. I was a little nervous turning it all back on, but it is working perfectly!
Seems every 5 years this bake element totally disintegrates, so we,re experienced! Pull the stove out and remove the back, remove the 2 screws that hold the element(now in 5 pieces), diconnect and discard. Place new element in and connect, replace the 2 screws holding the element in place. Replace stove back. Easy
I received the new element on the third day, followed simple directions, and voila! I'm baking again. First I unplugged the stove. Important!. Then with a phillips head screwdriver I removed the two screws at the back of the oven. The transition from busted to new was easy because there was a slide-in connection to the wires, not screws. The best advice was sticking duct tape on the wires so they wouldn't go back into the inner sanctum before I was able to attach the new element. Hey, I'm a 72-year-old grandma, and it was easy!
First I cut the power to the stove. Then I unscrewed the two screws. Pulled the element out a few inches. I had to use pliers to disconnect it from its wires. It was a very tight fit. Then I reconnected the new element. Cut the power back and and fired her up. Boy did she burn like fire.
I unplug the stove first. Then took off two screws that held the bake element in place. Pulled off the connectors using the pliers. Had to use pliers because they were really snug. Plug in the wires to the new base element. Crimped down the connectors a little bit to make sure they were snug. Inserted the bake element back into the holes at the back of the oven. Put the two screws back in. Plugged the oven back in and turned it on to make sure it worked. Lastly, tossed the old bake element in the trash. Really easy job. Glad I didn't pay anybody to do this.
Removed the old element by removing 2 screws and disconnecting two solderless connectors. One solderless connector was melted in two. I had to remove the rear panel and cut the old connector off and crimped on a new solderless connector. The time required was lengthened due to trip to the hardware store to get a new connector. While I was fixing the oven element my wife replaced the oven light.
First I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. I then pulled the element out aobut 3 inches and disconnected the wires.
The repair was easy as unplugging the range, unscrewing the bake element from the oven, pulling the wires out, unplugging the element and plugging the new element in. The oven works great after the repair! Too easy!! If I have to explain how I replaced the light bulb; you may not want to try it, you might hurt yourself.
Turned off power circuit to oven. Removed old element by unscrewing two nuts attaching unit to back of oven. Used pliers to help release electrical connections at both ends of element. Re-attached connections to new unit. Screwed nuts back into place. Turned power back on and cooked dinner. Total time for repair was less than 5 minutes.
I Unscrewed the attachment plates located at the back of the over. Pulled the element out so that I could "unhook" the prongs. Replaced the new element by clipping on the prong attachement (you will see where the electrical wires are). Screwed the plates back on and Vola! I'm baking again.
first I removed the 2 screws, I then pulled the element out., accidently lost one of the wire in the insulation and had to take the back panel off which was 8 screws. Probably doubled my time. I received my part in 4 days thanks to good service and FedX It arrived the day before Thanksgiving. Just in time, Thank You All.
First I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. I then pulled the element out about three inches and disconnected the two wires, being careful not to pull the plugs off. I then inserted the new element and reattached holders. It was very easy and took less than five minutes. The part arrived amazingly quickly. The stove works great now.
First I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. I then pulled the element out about 3 inches and disconnected the two wires.Rehooked up wires on new element, Slid the element in place. Replaced the two screws. Done, very easy.
First I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. I then pulled the element out about 3 inches and disconnected the two wires reverse the order to install the socet was easy but after i was done discovered that the base of the old bulb was stuck in the socet keeped it for future use
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