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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:
Turn power off, lifted door of swing hinge, remove convection fan plate screws, remove screws on element bracket, remove from recess far enough to unplug connectors, reverse order to assemble.
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I figured there couldn't be much else but the element that was bad, so I searched for "Magic Chef stove parts" on Google and found your site. Your site described the location for the model number of my stove, and also gave troubleshooting tips. I verified the element was bad with an ohmmeter and ordered the part from you guys. It arrived early, and installed with 2 screws and 2 push-on terminals. Stove works great now! I'm a web programmer and I think your website is very intuitive and useful. The information like model numbers, troubleshooting, parts measurements and extensive parts pictures is perfect for your customers. I found the correct diagnosis and part quickly, and ordered without a problem. Thanks - and keep up the good work! Mike
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 attached to the element, reattached to new element and replaced screws. This was very easy, I was glad I did not call the repairman.
unscrewed the old baking element, took the yellow wire off, and put the yellow wire onto the new baking element and screwed it back onto the oven. Took less than 15 minutes.
Removed old element (two screws) unclipped two wires. Clipped the two wires to the new element (one at each end), reinserted new element, replaced the two screws. Done. Oh, flipped the circuit breaker back on:-)
I shut the breaker off at the main power box. In the oven, I loosened two screws to remove the old element (parts now, after the burn-out). I pulled the old element out of the back wall of the oven to expose the wire connections. I detached the simple sliding wire connectors. Done with removal. I waited for the new element to arrive (one week). Installed easily. Turned on the breaker and baked a few potatoes. Very simple.
First I turned OFF the elect power to the stove. Then I got a flash light to see into the oven. removed the two screws, anf pulled the element out far enough to disconnect the two wires. Put the connecters on the new element pushed it back put the two screws back. Turned the power on works great, very easy.
Turned off the breaker to the stove. Removed the screws holding the old parts in and unplugged the element. After reshaping the element because it got damaged in shipping I plugged the wires to the new element, replaced the screws and turned the breaker back on. Tried the stove and it has worked fine since.
turned off power removed old element .connected new element reinstalled works fine .part fit was correct part first time something rare in this day and age.
Disconnected power plug,had to clean behind oven! , then...... removed 2 screws that held element in place, pulled element out about 3 inches disconnected 2 wires, removed old element, slide in new one, connected 2 wires, slide coil in carefully, and replaced 2 screws, replaced power plug checked operation, (worked fine) slide oven back into place....wife was happy.
The previous repair stories were extremely helpful! The most difficult part was unhooking the old element and I assume some of that was contributed by it's age. Installing was a piece of cake!
My mother-in-law called with here oven not working. I went over and got the model number off the stove. Came home and went on the internet and typed in the number on a Google search and came up with your site. It took me to the diagrams of the specific oven and showed me all the parts. When I had selected the part the site also showed me a video of how to replace the part. This gave me confidence to order the part and do the repair myself. First turn off the power at the breaker. Two screws, two clips removed. A little time in cleaning up the dust from a burned out element, then two clip reattached and two screws to secure the element and a test to see that it heats and I was done. Everything went as planned. My Mother-in-law thinks I am wonderful. Thank You Part Select...
After watching the instruction video on your website, it was a piece of cake. Turned off circuit breaker, removed the old element that was in 2 pieces because of a fire, and installed the new element. Couldn't be easier. Saved a bundle of money.
First my husband turned off the breaker to the oven.Secondly took the racks out of the oven. Then he re-moved the two screws that hold the element in place.He pulled the element out about 3 inches and usedthe pliers to disconnect the old element. He pluggedthe new element into the wires and checked to make sure they were snug. Then he put the screws backin, turned the breaker back on, and turned the ovenon. Presto! The oven is back in business!
the new elements were super easy to replace. the old ones just pulled out and the new ones easily pushed in. the top one was a little more difficult only because it had brackets that had to be slid of and then slid onto the new one.
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