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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 was blown away by how easy it was to order and receive this replacement part. I went on the web on Christmas afternoon, Googled "Magic Chef" and found your website. Your ordering process could not be easier (including the on-line drawings and all). I selected the lowest cost shipping method "3-5 days." Wednesday evening, I got your e-mail with the tracker. Thursday afternoon the part arrived! Saturday, we opened the oven, took out the old unit, and put in the new. It worked fine! Thanks again!!
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My husband removed the screws holding the damaged element and removed it before the new one arrived. When we received the replacement part, it took only about 10 minutes for him to repair the oven, inserting the new element.
Called repairman, he never called back for a week. Gave up and found your website, ordered the part. You said it would take 3-5 business days. You lied, it was there the next day. Taking old element out starts with shutting off the juice. Remove trays, pans, etc. Unscrew two screws, pull out elements ends, unclip from wires, reverse the process with new one. You need a light to do this.
I watched the video intructing the installation of the bake element. The one thing I would suggest is to remove the oven door as this allows someone with a shorter reach to do the repair.
Remove the bottom rack from the oven. Pull the heating element straight back and out of the oven. Inserted the replacement burner in the opposite manner. Part was delivered in a timely manner.
unscrewed the element and pulled it out, then put the new element in.
unscrewed covers . unpluged heating element , pluged in new one , put covers back on. oh yeah unplug stove first.
I was able to get on the website, find the part, and order it. It was delivered the next day. I followed the video and it was as easy as the video demonstrated that it was. As a single mother of two, being able to handle this on my own without the expense of hiring a repair person was a huge thrill! Thank You!
My husband unscrewed the old element and pulled out the wires and took the old element off and reconnected the new element and screwed it back in in less than five mins. Your video explained how to do it. The service was great. The price was good and it got here fast. I ordered it on Sunday and it was here by Wed.morning.
I ordered the part on Sunday night and it came on Wednesday. I watched the 'Partselect' video prior to doing the repair - the video got right to the repair and it gave me all the information (and confidence) I needed. It took me longer to clean the bottom of the oven than it did to make the actual repair. I can't imagine paying someone to do such an easy job. My kids had a great time playing with the bubble wrap from the box!
Unplugged stove. Removed door. Unfastened 2 screws at rear of oven. Removed wires from bake element. Connected new bake element. Replaced screws and door. Plugged oven back in.
Not really much of a repair story to tell. While using the oven one evening the baking element began sparking and appeared as someone was using an arc welder inside my oven. I went to the computer and did a search for Magic Chef parts and found the Part Select web site. There I entered the model number of my range which brought up the schematics allowing me to locate the part I needed, the baking element. On that parts page I also found a very short, concise video illustrating "how to" change out the element. I ordered the part and received it rather quickly (a matter of days.) Following the directions on the video I had the baking element swapped out in about the same amount of time as it took in the video. Could not have been any easier.
1 Turn off power
After noticing that our oven was not heating up, we talked to some other people and they said that we should try replacing the heating element. Replacing the heating element was as simple as removing two screws, pulling out the old element, reattaching the new element and putting back the two screws. One mistake I made was not unplugging the range before doing this repair and so I got a little electric shock before I was finished. After getting shocked I did unplug the range before continuing with the repair. The best part is that my oven now works again with no problem. This repair couldn't be any easier.
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