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PartSelect Number PS11764907
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:
The sketches on PartSelect.com were very-very helpful, in picking up the parts to order and also while fixing the parts.For oven range. First I removed the two screws that hold the flat top in place and lifted the flat top. I then unscrewed the two screws that holds the element kit. Disconnected the three wires, and replaced the broken element with the new one. All done.For dishwasher, just snapped the parts in and all set.
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First of all, I shut off the electricity to the stove. I had to remove the two screws holding the stovetop in place. I then lifted it up and braced it to keep it from falling, removed the bad element, carefully marking the 4 wires that were connected to the element. I then disconnected the wires, and removed the two brackets holding the element in place. I replaced it with the new element, reconnected the wires, returned the stovetop to it's original place, put the two stovetop screws in, and turned on the electricity. Then I turned on the element, and it works just fine.
pulled oven out in the open, unplugged from outlet, removed two white front side panels, removed four screws on sides, unplugged range from harness, removed top, unscrewed two metal clips that hold element in place, gently removed wires from element using a small screwdriver and needle nose pliers and attached each one to the new element as it was removed. Reinstalled as I took apart. For the range hood, I unplugged the hood, removed the covers to the switch box and used a small screw driver to open/destroy the old switch and to save the tinned wires. I then pushed in the wires into the new switch as I removed them from the old one. Should be careful to only snug up the hex nuts as the plastic switch stem will probably break easily with a little force.
Removed two screws bottom front corners of range top - propped the top up - removed the wires from the element - removed the old element - installed the new element reattached the wiring reattached the hold down screws and bingo it worked!First thing to do is turn the 220volt electrical circuit breaker to the unit off and the last thing is to turn the breaker back on!
First , I turned off the circuit breaker to the oven.Next, I removed the two screws at the front of the range top and slid the top out until I could disconnect the multi-plug connecting the wiring harness to the stove.I then took the entire top out to a table and set it upside down. It was easy to unbolt and disconnect the lead to the element. One of the leads was burnt, so I had to replace it. I slid the new element into place, bolted it down in the same orientation as the old one and reconnected the leads.I slid the entire top back into place on the range and re-installed the securing screws. Then I flipped on the circuit breaker and turned the element on.Success! Perhaps I didn't really need to change the element since the burnt lead was the cause of failure. But its good to have a new part installed anyway.
I ran numerous tests to eliminate the on/off switch and to ensure the wires were not defective. Thus I came to the conclusion it must be the burner was defective. I ordered the part from parts.com. I received the part in less time than what was advertised. The part arrived in good condition. I placed the part in and it worked just like new.Thank You
Just as others said. Remove top holdown bolts with nut driver. Prop range top up.Use a pair of plyers to remove wires (make sure you have a diagram to restore).Use screwdriver to remove element hold down spring and wire holder. Replace element and replace wires and screws.
The toughest part was seeing the two screws in the dark rear of the oven, so a good flashlight with adjustable beam is helpful. After removing the pots and pan drawer from it's tracks, take the opportunity to clean out that space underneath the drawer when you unplug the oven. Once that was done, I removed the bracket screws holding the broken broiler element on the roof of the oven and the two screws holding the element in the rear of the oven. It's an uncomfortable reach so, setting a flashlight on the open over door helped me see what I was doing. The element slides right out of the holes from with in the insulation behind the oven's rear panel. Each side is connected to a wire pin that may need a good tug with pliers to slip the wire clip off the old element end. The new element connected right to the old wire clips with ease. You may have to jiggle the element end as you poke it back through the hole into the insulation where it came from. The element ends screwed right back into it's original position with the old screws. I slipped the roof bracket over the new element and reattached to the oven roof. I plugged the oven back in, replaced the drawer on it's tracks, tested the broiler and it works like a charm. Total time 35 minutes.
received the part sooner than expected, all of the holes lined up, for being the first time working on a stove it could not have gone any better
We removed 4 screws that let us raise the top of the stove. It was then very easy for my husband to remove the old burner and replace the new one. By ordering this part from you and installing it ourselves, we saved $248 from the quote we received from our "Maytag Repairman". Can't beat a deal like this and it was so easy.
We looked online for instructions, not sure how to "lift" the glass top.... There were 2 screws/hex head at the front of the range under the top that when removed allowed the top to be lifted up ..... the elements are on the underside, and with the removal of a few screws and unplugging the element connections (real easy) the burned out element was easily removed and the new one replaced... Less than 15 minutes for the whole operation...HOW COOL!
Moved Oven from wall, removed eight screws holding down the Burner Top. Lifted Top and held it up to remove two screws on the side of the element. Disconnected four wires, replaced element, connected the four wires again and assembled in reverse mode of dissasembly. All went pretty simple, moving oven from wall and adjusting/level it back in place was the most time consuming.Part works fine, delivery was faster than expected during the Holidays. Good Job Thanks!!! HAPPY NEWYEAR!!!!
Unplug appliance first. Remove rear cover plate (only to disconnect burner plug). Remove plastic upper side covers. Open oven door & remove two screws holding burner top. Lift off entire top, flip upside down and change element.
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