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PartSelect Number PS11757476
This bake element is 17 inches wide. It has a terminal depth of three inches, and a total element length of ninteen 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:
1. Removed screws and detached push on cannectors2. Removed old element3. Pushed eclectrial connectors onto new element and attached new element to oven with screws.
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Easy as pie to do this repair. You first remove the 2 screws holding the element in. Then you carefully pull out the element and remove the wire clips at the ends. Just reverse the process with the new part.By the way, I ordered my part from parts select on a Friday afternoon and it was on my doorstep Saturday morning..... and this was with regular delivery!I would buy again in a heartbeat from parts select. Joe Golub
The heating element is held in place by two phillips screws which were rusted fairly tight, visible at the back of the oven. I tapped my screwdriver with a hammer as I loosened them. (I would have used liquid wrench if the hammer did not work) Two wires are fastened to the element by two clips that you can slide off by hand. Slip the wires off the old element and onto the new element and install the two screws and you are done.
My wife removed old element and replaced new element by removing and rescrewing 2 screws and detaching and retaching 2 wires to thr respective elements in about 5-10 minutes.
Removed old element, 2 screws, cleaned oven , 60 minutes, replaced with new element, working like new, wife thoroughly impressed...
I removed the bad element - two screws, and tested it on my meter as recommended. The test meter showed it was bad, so I ordered a replacement element from PartSelect. I did check getting a part from a local dealer, and it would have been $10 more. The help and recommendations I recieved on the PartSelect repair forum make it easy.Terry Hausler
I removed one screw easily. The other screw was difficult to remove without stripping it. I sprayed wd 40 and let it sit overnight. The next day, my husband sprayed it again and after trying several different size phillips screwdrivers, he got the second screw out. He easily removed the element and then the two wires from it. He attached the two wires and replaced the screws. We tested it and it worked. The best part is: my husband scrubbed the oven before putting all the parts back!
Checked the element to see if it was open or noresistance, it was opene.g. 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...)
repair was simple two screws
I opened the oven door and unscrewed the two screws that connected the element to the back of the oven. I then pulled the element forward but it would not expose the electrical connections that powered it. I pulled a little harder and it would not pull through the insulation. I then decided that it must be accessable from the back. I took off the door the lighten the oven. I pulled the oven out of the cabinet till the conduit was taught and I could just barely see that there wasn't a panel to access the connection. I then put the back into the cabinet and pulled a little harder yet on the element and the connecters pull through the insulation. I was then able to test the element with the multimeter and decide the power was getting to the element but no heat. I ordered the part the next day. Recieved it the day after that, smokin' fast service I must add. Installed the element and it works like a new one. My wife loved it and then she loved me.
First, I tripped the oven circuit breaker. Then I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. Then I pulled the element out about 5 inches and disconnected the two wires. At first, I had to figure out how the wires would disconnect. Once I removed the heating element, I reversed the procedure, tightened the screws, reset the circuit breaker, and set the oven to bake. The element began to function, and I knew Imy efforts were successful.
Removed the original element with a screwdriver and disconnected the 2 wires, it took about 2 minutes. Got online with PartSelect and easily matched a replacement part. Ordered the part and received it within a couple of days. Very impressed with the ease and quickness of the order processing and shipping. Took the new element and connected the wires, screwed the 2 screws back in, it took about 2 minutes. Turned on the oven to check and everything worked perfectly. Very happy with the overall experience with PartSelect. Thanks!
my wife removed two screws and removed clips with pliers. We ordered part (2 days) it was fast. Installed in less than 5 min. and I only have one arm. We tried to find part locally but with no model # the parts houses could not find it. We found it on your site in less than 10 min. Your graphs and photos made it super easy. Will pass along your site to others. Thanks for being so helpful.
remove old one and installed new one quick and easy thank you
It would have been a very easy job if the one wire had not fallen inot the back. I could not reach it and fried to figure out how to get in the back to no avail. Finally I took a piece of wire coat hangerm and bent it and then fished it out. The packing around the hole compressed while I was trying to get the wire and I thought I wpuld have to replace it, but overnight it resumed its original size. It should have probably taken less than thirty minutes.
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