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PartSelect Number PS11744404
This bake element, also known as an oven bake element, supplies heat for baking purposes. This part is located at the bottom of the oven. If you find little to no heat when baking, a burned out bake element, or food is taking too long to cook, these symptoms could be solved by replacing the bake element. Before starting this replacement, make sure the range is unplugged from the power source or shut off from the house circuit breaker. The tools needed is a Phillips screwdriver. For safety reasons, make sure to wear gloves.
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:
It was easy finding the part on line and the part was delivered within three days. It only took about 10 minutes to change element. I was so pleased with the product, that I just changed a thermostat on my parents stove which was purchased through parts select and that was very easy to change also.
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Turned off power to oven. Removed screws from each side of element. Removed connectors to disconnect old element. Connected new element to connectors. Replaced screws, then turned on power to oven. Turned on oven to heat. Easy install.
Just took the old one out and put the new one in. Very easy!
Take out 2 screws. Unplug the old element, plug in the new one and put the screws back in.
Video showed element being unplugged from inside oven. My oven wires did not extend into oven cavity and they fell behind the back oven wall when I unplugged them. After trying to catch the two wires using needle nose pliers through 3/4" holes several times, I finally decided to take the complete back off the range. When I did this, I was able to see the wires with the female couplings. I then had my wife firmly hold the new element against the back of the oven from inside letting me connect the wires to the new element and replace the oven back. THIS WOULD HAVE QUALIFIED AS "EASY" AND A 15 TO 30 MINUTE JOB if this technique had been known from the outset.
Unscrewed two Phillips screws holding the element in the back of the oven, pulled out the element and the leads, disconnected the wires, removed element from oven and reversed the process to install new one. One most important and critical maneuver - the element is connected to the hot wire on the left side and the switch shuts off the element by disconnecting electrical flow to the neutral side of the power so its not enough to just have the oven turned off - makes one heck of a spark when the wire touches the stove panel when you pull the wire through the hole (220 at 60 amps).
Very easy to install with the advanced instructions you provided.
First, turn off the breaker to the range. Then just remove the 2 screws that hold the element at the back of the oven. Pull the wire connectors apart or push them off with a regular screwdriver. Instructions that I read said to make sure the wires don't fall back through the holes, but in our case the insulation held them in place. Reconnect the wire connectors to the new element and reattach with the screws. Easy!
Went down stairs and turned the breaker for the oven off. Opened the oven door, took a phillips head wrench and took two screws out of the back of the oven that held the element in place. Slowly pulled the old element toward me. It seemed to catch on something in the back of the oven on the other side of the oven wall, so a jiggled the old element a little and it came out towards me with a mechanical connector and a wire attached at both ends of the element. I slipped the connctors off of the element and attached the connectors to the new element. Carefully slide the new element back through the holes and put the screws back in the small plates attached to the element. Went down stairs and turned the breaker back on. Turned oven on and it heated up even quicker than the old element.
Shut off the power to the stove. Remove the two screws retaining coilAnd simply pulled the coil out exposing the wire clips. The wires detach easily Reconnected to the new coil, pushed the coil back in, reintalled the retainer screws and Done. Time: ten minutes
Easily removed the oven and had access to the rear in under a minute undid the 2 Phillips screws retaining the element and replaced with the new element I had ordered it was just so simple!Thank you as you saved us calling out an expensive technician avoiding unreasonable time and costs expenditure
Turned off the circuit breaker. Removed two screws - pulled the element out enough to get to clips connected to power. Removed old element - installed the new one. Replaced the screws, then turned the circuit breaker back on. Stove was repaired.
First I fliped the curcuit breaker to eleminate power to the stove. Then removed the 2 screws that hold the element in place. Then carefully pull the element out and disconnect. Installed new element to connectors and gently pushed back into the stove housing. Secured with the removed screws and turned back on the curcuit breaker. Turned on the oven and it worked like a charm..
we removed the back I had my dad help me so he removed the wires while I removed the screws on the inside. When I received the part he also helped me replace it by putting on the wires while I put the screws in. Remember to disconnect from electricity.
I ordered the part and it came in within 2 days from fedex! Great timing. It took me all of 10 minutes to fix the coil at the bottom of the oven. Fixed the problem and had plenty of time to cook dinner before my husband came home!! GREAT SERVICE AT THIS SITE! They knew the right part! And the instructions are very simple. Thank you
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