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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 power to the house at the breaker box. Then I removed the broken heating element through the front oven door. I hoped this would work as it seemed from other reviews that some people pulled the oven out removed the back panel in order to access the element. I unscrewed the plate and then gently pulled the element out. I had a little trouble "unplugging" the element. When I tried pulling, it seemed they were stuck tight. Turns out you have to sort of jiggle the connectors and then they easily pull apart. Had I figured this out initially, the repair would have been under 15 minutes. Attaching the new element to the connectors, rethreading the wiring back into the holes, and then rescrewing on the back plate too the oven wall took just minutes. Easy peasy. So glad I spent $40 to fix rather then $500+ for a new oven!
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We unscrewed the old element by removing 2 screws and put the new element in place and put the 2 screws back in and it was done. Piece of cake!
This repair took less than 5 minutes, literally! Two screws released the element, then unplugged it from two connectors. Then plugged in the new unit and screwed it into place. Cheap and easy!
I took a couple of screws out that hold the bottom element in place replaced the old one with the new one and fired it up. Worked like a charm and maybe this old stove will live on to make more Roast beef dinners.If it been any easier my 10 year old grandson could have done it.
removed the screws disconnected the old one and connected the new one and put the screws back on it
It was real easy. Removed two screws, pulled the element forward, removed to clip on wires, removed element and put the new element in place, replaced wires and screws, turned it on and up to temp. in no time. great service and quick delivery on getting the part.
While trying to clean the oven, I decided to remove the lower heating element to make it easier. After removing the 2 screws on the bracket that holds the heating element in place, I pulled the heating element out only to short it out on the back of the oven and wreck the element. Luckly I was not injured or shocked, so if you need to do this, I recommend reading the owner's manual on how to property ground out the circuit first.Anyways, to replace it, I just removed the lower panel on the back of the oven (roughly 10 screws). Installed the new element on the inside of the oven and screwed it into place. Then, connected the wires to the element from the back of the oven. Replaced the panel and turned the power back on.In all, it took probably 15-20 minutes to fix and only cost me $37. I know that a minimum repair cost for this from Sears would have been $150, so definitely worth my time.
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.Then I reconnected the wires to the new element and screwed it in to the oven back. Simple and inexpensive fix.
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.
Removed 2 phillips screws and pulled elements out 3 to 4 inches. One of the leads touched the housing and blew the circuit breaker, so don't forget to unplug or turn the breaker off! Simply slide clips off and install on new element. push back in place and reinstall 2 screws. Very simple.P.S. element was delivered very fast!
Slide stove out and unplug. Using nut driver (phillips screw driver would work fine) remove screws securing back panel. Remove back panel. Pull off wires from heating element. I made a lose knot on left wire so I could install as removed without confusion - sometimes it matters. Removed 2 screws securing element inside the oven. I installed everything as it was - oven works great. I saved over $100 and my wife thinks I'm a genius. Hardest part was cleaning accumulated mess behind the stove.
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, connected the new wires, replaced the two screws and turned on the oven to test it. Easiest repair job I have ever done.
Turned off 230 volt breaker to range,connected old wires to new element ,put back into place replaced the two mounting screws. Turned breaker back on and tested range.
my wife did the the job and it was that easy. she took out two screws sliped the wires off put the two wires back on and put the screws in . She is a bank teller and teachers water aerobics
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