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PartSelect Number PS11744640
Please note: This is a substitute from the original part. It may physically look different, but will still function the same. This bake element is found on the bottom of the oven.
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:
First I turned off the circuit breaker on the house electricity panel. I removed the two screws that held the element in place in the oven. There were two wires connected to the element by spade plugs that were free floating in a fiberglass pad. I reconnected the spade plugs and put the element back in place and put back in the two screws. This procedure had I known what I was doing could have been done with the stove in place and would take no more than 5 to 10 minutes. Having no experience at this, I had pulled the stove out into the room and also removed the back cover which turned out to be unnecessary. I put everything back in place and held my breath and turned on the circuit breaker. Voila! It worked!
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My husband replaced the bake element in moments. We couldn't get the broken light out of the socket because we couldn't locate our needle nose pliers. After a few days I finally got tired waiting and found a small pair of pliers in the house and got the remains of the bulb out and screwed it in, and plugged it in and we're in business!Never wait for a man to do what you can do yourself! I was so pleased that ordering the parts on-line was so easy and I didn't have an expensive repair bill to pay!
First thing I tripped the range breaker. Pulled the range out from the wall and unpluged main plug. I then removed the 12 sheet metal screws from the back lower cover.I then unpluged the wires from the four element connections and marked the color on the range back.Two upper blue and red and two lower yellow and red. I then tested the resistance of the elements to confirm that they were bad. With volt/ ohm meter set for OHM'S I had no reading.When my new parts arrived I first made sure that they matched the origonals. I tested the OHM'S on the new parts and began the change.I removed the two upper element holding screws on the inside rear wall. I then removed the two hanging support screws from the inside top of the oven. For the oven element, simply remove the one screw at the back wall. Reassembly is reverse of removal.The element ends will stick out the back side of the range about one inch.Be sure that insulation is in place and that there is no contact between element ends and metal walls.Attatch the wires as you had them marked on the back. Replace the rear cover and tighten all the screws. Plug main plug back into socket. Reset breaker and slowley turn oven control up to a low temperature setting.After a few minuets the oven indicator light will go out.Open oven and check the temperature.End cap has three screws to remove. Slip off old cap and replace with new one. Snug the three screws. Push the range back in place.Have the wife back some cookies and enjoy.
un-screwed 2 scrws and pulled out the old one and pulled off the 2 wires put the new one on the floor of the oven and hooked-up the 2 wires and pushed it in the back wall and replaced the 2 screws! done maybe 5 minutes
Turned off the power! Unscrewed the element (2 screws) pullled the wires out. Put the new part right in. Easy!Thank you-only a week before Thanksgiving, what a life saver! Also, order on Monday AM and was delivered by mid-day on Wednesday!
My bottom oven didn't work, and I had called a service to come out and fix it. It was a $60 charge just to come out. My friend owns an apartment complex, and she told me it was two screws and a pull to remove the element and replace. I took the element out, ordered it for $38, had it the next day and repaired my oven in a matter of minutes. It was so easy and inexepensive. I feel like I can do anything!
The lower element had burned out but in the process, it developed a short from line to neutral. Since the short was located about 3/4 of the total length from the one hot leg (L1) and the other hot leg (L2) was the relay controlled leg, there was a current path that allowed the element to heat even with L2 disconnected by the relay. Actually replacing the element was easy, just remove the back cover(s) and the element mounting screws (2) inside the oven cavity and the new unit slides into place. Reconnect the two wires to the new element and replace the back covers. Back in business and the cookies are coming out perfectly!
Received part after one working day and was installedin five minutes.. Would recommend as a do it your selfproject with the support of PartSelect.com
Turned power off! Removed two mounting screws, disconected two slip on wire terminals from heating element. Removed Element from oven. Took about 10 minutes. Part came in two days. Re installed heating elemet by pushing on the two slip on wire terminals and re installing the two mountint screws. Took about 10 more minutes.We have been retired for 17 years. Wish all my "Honeydew jobs were this easy!
had to slide the range out from the wall and pull the electrical plug, then using a nut driver ,I removed 9 screws from the back panel and removed the back panel to expose the bake element wiring, had to remove the three wires connecting the power cord to the range terminals a/c the back panel would not fully come off with these wires connected. i then pulled the 2 stake eyes from the element, unscrewed the 2 screwssecuring the bake element from inside the stove and removed the element, re-installed the new element and screwed into place, attached the stake eyes on the rear of the element and re-attached the power cord, put the back cover back on and plugged the range in., tested and the range functioned as intended.
Removed two screws securing heating element. Removed broken element and disconnected wires. Removed back panel of oven, unplugged from outlet, installed new element, attaching 2 screws. From back side of oven reattached 2 wires, replaced back panel and plugged in. Pretty simple!
It was simple. I flipped the circuit breaker just in case, and then unscrewed the bracket for the old heatng element. Disconnected the two plugs, connected the plugs for the new element, and screwed the new bracket back in. The saleslady assured me when I was purchasing it from PartSelect that it was pretty easy. That gave me the confidence, and she was telling the truth. I will purchase again from Part Select....although I hope I won't have to do so for a while.
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. Plug the wires onto the new bake element and re-screw back into place.
First, I unplugged the power cord from the receptacle. I then removed two philiphead screws that hold the element in place. I the pulled the element out about an inch and a half . I then disconnected the the two wires from the element. The I connected the replacement element and resecured it with the two mounting screws. I assured everything was correct and then I plugged in the power cord and turned the oven on low heat to give it a test. Everything workout just great. The part was just what I needed.
Using a nut driver, remove the back panel of the oven. Remove the electrical connections from the elements.The Bake element has two Philips head screws at the back of the oven, the Broil element has one screw at the back of the oven and two on top of the oven near the front. Remove the screws. The element then falls out very easily. The new element has to be pushed gently through the insulation on the back of the oven, but this was not a problem.One issue: make sure that the Broil element is "right side up." The screw on the back of the unit is below the electrical connections.Replace the screws, reconnect the electrical connections, and test the oven. If everything works, replace the back panel.Total time from turning the first screw to the last was roughly 30 minutes.
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