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PartSelect Number PS11750108
Sold individually. This part is located beneath the element and catches any spills.
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 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 removed element and replaced with new.
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The new thermostat knob dial was installed in about a minute, good as brand new! I was concerned, as our range is about 25 years old, and my model number was not listed. But Partselect listed several similar models, and a quick spot check of these showed that the dial appears to be fairly universal for Whirlpool products. The new knob dial fit perfectly! The drip bowls also worked great.
First I removed the old bowls and replaced them with the new.
took old bowls out, put new bowls in, took a coffee break
Drilled out old and broken hold down clips, installed new ones(4). Cut old wires attached to surface plug in block, striped wires, and attached new plugin kit(4), warmed up heat shrink with a hair dryer, put in new drip bowels, the stove is like new. I ordered the parts on line early one morning, the next day they were at my door and installed that day, everything that I ordered was there, and fit properly. Way to go Part Select.com Jon
Removed the two screws holding the heating element to the back of the oven. Pulled the wires away from the connections of the old element and connected the new element. Reinstalled the screws holding the element to the back of the oven. Easiest repair I've ever done! Replaced the drip pans on the cook top and installed the new clock knobs. Good as new!
Pulled out the electric element from the range, replaced the new drip bowl on three of the burners and then replaced the electric element pushing it into the hold down clip. On the fourth burner, I removed the electric outlet, the previous incorrect drip bowl and had to drill out the broke off hold down clip that was no longer there. Next I placed the new hold down clip in position, alligned and fed the little screw through the hold down clip. I used a vice grip to hold the nut in place and with a screw driver tighened the nut. I placed the drip bowl in place, attached the electric element and slipped it into the new hold down clip. Everything went smoothly and I experienced an excellent repair job. We received prompt service and had no problems. I just hope the used appliance that we bought works now. It looks great. It is for a rental unit.
Replaced old drip pans with new ones - very easy - even a 68 yr old lady can do it!!
We love our Jenn-Air electric range that we have owned since 1983 and couldn't get parts from where we bought it recently. We called around to Sears and other appliance dealers and they couldn't help us. We found your company searching on the internet and we are very much pleased with your parts listing and your great service. We will be back. Jody and Mike Hayden, Eden, Vt.
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 element using the wire caps, and finished bye rescrewing the element backinto place.
we removed the old pans after first removing the electric heating element and simply inserted tne new pans
Turn the power off to the unit. Remove the cold element by lifting up and pulling out. Remove the drip pan. Remove the element plug screw and pull the plug up and out of the socket. Cut the leads to the plug as close to the plug end as possible to allow enough wire to splice the new plug in. Strip the insullation back 3/8" to allow for splicing. Install the shrink tube collar on the wire and place one new lead (prestripped at the factory)next to the old wire and place the wire nut provided over the bare wire ends and twist it on until it is tight. Bend the wire nut splice back over one of the leads and slide the shrink tape over it. Heat up the shrink tape with a hair dryer to make it tight over the wire nut connection. Repeat the process for the next lead. Slide the leads into the new socket. Install the socket and secure the the new screw provided. Reinstall the drip pan and plug in the heat element. Follow the same procedure for each element socket replaced. Turn the power back on.
replaced drip pans with correct type
This wasn't a "repair", but I got an email asking for my story, so here it is. :-)I followed the owner's manual instructions by pulling out the burner elements, lifting up the old drip bowls, setting in the new ones, replacing the elements.
To replace a bowl lift burner slightly (1") then pull gently until it comes out. Remove bowl, replace with new bowl. Insert burner by pushing gently yet firmly, place down into clip.To replace indicator light, remove panel from back of stove.Locate light indicator switch, push indicator lens through front of stove, hold in place (may require a second person) slide switch unto the nub of plastic on the indicator switch. Repeat for each broken indicator lens.
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