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PartSelect Number PS11757475
This electric oven bake element with screw in wire terminals is 19 inches wide. It has a terminal depth of three inches and a total element length of nineteen inches. This element is intended for use with some electric ovens.
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:
Easy job. Anybody can do it. This replacement is accessed from inside the oven. 1. Remove the two Phillips sheet metal screws that attach the backing element plate to the back wall of the stove.2. Carefully and slowly pull out the element as far as you can to expose the two Faston connectors and wire.3. While holding the heating wire exiting the baking element with the needle nose pliers, carefully remove each female Faston connector. 4. Installation of the new heating element is the reverse of above. I highly recommend that you use the needle nose pliers to hold the heating wire behind the male (spade) Faston connector while installing the female connector. This will prevent bending of the heating wire.5. I also recommend turning on the new baking element to a high temperature for about 10 minutes with the door partially open to get rid of the new heating element odor before you bake any food.
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Unscrew the two screws. Pull the element out a few inches. Unclip the wires by pulling them apart. When we did this the wires retracted back into the opening. It was difficult to reach them and pull them back out. Be sure to hold the wires or clip something on them to hold them out till you can attach the new element. Attach the new element wires and screw the plate back on.
Shut off electrical breaker to stove. Unscrew & remove heating element with standard screwdriver. Since screw threads were stripped I used a longer screw I wrapped thread with teflon tape. Connect new heating element & crimp connectors to ensure contact is made, push wires back & tighten screws. Turn power breaker back on & we have a new oven!
Removed the element and did a continuity check, the element was bad. The stove is over 25 yrs. old. Went to a local shop who usually are very good in situations like this. They could not find the part. Went on line to Part Select, found the part and verified with a phone call. Ordered and received the part the next morning and fixed the stove.
The element is held in by two screws located at the rear of the oven. After killing the power, I unscrewed the two screws (one was stripped so I used a pliers to remove it) and replaced them with 2 new screws. Total time was about 20 minutes. Easy fix!
my wife did the chaging as i am unable to work on anything
As an arthritic 83 yr old I had a little trouble removing the two screws holding old element but with penetrating oil and channel locks on the screwdriver for leverage that problem was solved. Installation of new element was a snap, a matter of minutes to connect the element spades to the wire contacts and relace the two screws holding the element to the oven cabinet.To remove the old switch I removed the four screws holding the control panel (Oven door must be open to get at screws)Removing the old switch took a few more minutes as with age of the unit the male spade contacts of the switch were tight on the female wire contacts and I carefully used needle nose pliers to free them. I quickly learned not to remove the two screws holding the switch to the panel until the switch spades were free from the female wire contacts. Installation of the new switch was easy. I replaced the panel with four screws, checked everything, reset the circuit breaker and I was back in business.
AFTER turning off the power supply to the range/cooktop, remove 2 screws holding element in place then remove two slip electrical connectors, and remove element. Reverse procedure for installation of replacement.
Removed 2 screws from back of oven. Pulled element away from the back,disconnected the 2 wires. Recieved new part in 2 days and installed in reverse order.
My husband and I couldn't believe we were able to do this!!!So easy! We were dancing around the kitchen!!!!! We credit the advice of other do-it-yourselfers. Very accurate and true. It took less than 10 minutes after the screws were WD40'd. In addition, we recommend: use a flashlight to see in the oven since it's dark with the power cut off , and use this time to clean behind the stove!!!!!
The part was easily installed, I will commend you on the prompt shipping as it was delivered in 3 days and 15 minutes later my oven was in working condition. Thanks, Terry
Took out the old and put in the new. Just that easy. Took less than 15 minutes.
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. Hooked the two wires onto the new element, replaced the screws and it was done!
Tripped the breaker to the electrical, took out 2 screws unplugged old element, plugged in new element, replaced the 2 screws and turned electric back on.
unscrewed 2 screws holding element to back of oven, disconnected connectors from element, connected new element, replaced the screws and done. if you don't trust oven controls then unplug oven/switch off circuit breaker first.
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