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PartSelect Number PS11744404
This bake element has push-on terminal ends.
NOTE: This element has been updated by the manufacture. New installation screws are required. Screws are sold separately.
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 that held the element bracket in place. I then pulled the element out a few inches and disconnected the wires. I then reconnected the wires to the new baking element, pushed the wires back inside the oven and resecured the bracket. NOTE: turn off the power to the oven! I thought that since the oven was not on, I could safely perform this replacement...unfortunately I got zapped.
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First I shut off the oven breaker, then I removed the racks and the oven door. I next removed the two retaining screws holding the element in place. I gently pulled the element forward to expose the blade connection. I disconnected the old element, attached the new element, slid it back into place and replaced the retaining screws. I remounted the door and turned the power back on. I did a test run on the oven. It worked perfectly.
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...) One of the wires came off before i was able to pull the element out far enough. I then had to take the back off (2 screws) The total repair took about 5 minutes
Very easy, with only the removal of 2 screws.
My husband did it was really easy ,he turned the power off to the stove,took the back cover off the stove with a screwdriver and pulled the old one out,then he slipped the new one in connected the wires ,it took less than 15 minutes that simple.
Your site really helped out alot. Job was farily easy and now we have heat. Difficult part was reaching the wires in the back. Thanks again! TZak
Took out two screws in the back of the oven that held in the bake element. Pulled the element out of the back of the oven to expose the wires. Pulled the wires off the broken element and then reattached the wires to the new element, put it back into place. Reattached the screws. Done in less than five minutes.
Actually a very simple repair. Determined that the problem was a burned out bake element since broiler worked fine. Looked up part on-line...diagram on PartsSelect made this very easy.Ordered part selecting normal shipping (part arrived in 3 days). Repair: 1) turned power off at the breaker box 2) removed baking shelves. 3) removed the two mounting screws holding old bake element in place 4) gently pulled the bake element out of the oven until about two inches of electrical wire were exposed. 5) removed the electrical clips from the old bake element. This required steady wiggle to get them off. 6) attached the electrical clips to appropriate ends of new element ensuring they are well seated 7) pushed electrical wires back into the oven and mounted the element using same two screws. Turning the power back on at the breaker, I then tested the repair. No problems noted...turned oven off and replaced the baking shelves. Baked homed made bread that evening.
The process would have been easy except the wiring to the element had a problem. One wire was too short which meant pulling the entire stove assembly out to reroute the wire.The part worked fine; the problem was with initial wiring of stove.
Just followed the installation instructions offered on this website. WAS REALLY EASY!
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