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PartSelect Number PS1854703
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:
This trim ring is intended for use with many electric ranges. It is a chrome trim ring that is used with six inch surface burner elements. Notes The matching eight inch chrome trim ring is available with part number PS120222.
This trim ring is used with many electric ranges. It is a chrome trim ring that is intended for use with eight inch surface burner elements.
This drip bowl is eight inches in diameter. It is made of black porcelain.
This black porcelain drip bowl is six inches in diameter and it has a vent hole.
Did not need tools for this job. Simply lift burner element and remove old drip pan and put new one in its place. However - the drip pans that were shipped only fit on the left side of the range. The right side, where the grill attachment goes, is so shallow that the drip pans on that side hit the bottom plate beneath the burner element and would not let the element go down far enough to seat properly. I kept the two pans that don't fit for extras, but I still need shallower pans to fit on the right side.
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We purchased our home this year. We were thinking we'd have to replace our JennAir counter-top cook stove. We priced some new stoves. The realization hit us that we'd be spending around $1,200 to $1,800 to replace this stove.After visiting Partselect.com, it became obvious, we could just as easily replace those items which were broken or damaged and we'd have in essence, a new counter-top stove.When the parts came in, I basically took everything out of the existing counter-top stove and replaced it. The top porcelain counter-top had 8 screws. I was able to remove those and then worked carefully to put the new one on.Now that we've got all the parts on/in, my wife is very happy and states that we should be good to go for another 10 years. That saved us quite a bit of money! Did I mention, I'm legally blind? And I was able to put all of these parts on, with little effort. I just had to be patient and remember where things went. I do a LOT of feeling around to find things. The way JennAir built their countertop stove, I was very fortunate.Thanks to Parts Select and JennAir, we are now up and fully operational!
Replaced the drip pans
Pulled out the old burner and plugged in the new!
The repairs were very simple we just disconnected one screw then removed the old one and replace with new one. The left side took a little longer, because of the 8 screws we needed to remove to take the back panel off. But once we had it taken off the replacement was a snap. Nothing to it.
No brain surgery required. Removed electric burner, put in new drip pans. Voila! Good for many more years of service looking like new.
replaced drip pans--they fit perfectly and look great!
Just remove the old ones and replace them with the new ones. no tools necessary.
Unplugged the burner units and replaced the drip pans. Five seconds time per burner.
Removed screws by drilling one and using a pliers to remove 2nd one. At first did not have enough wire to pull recepticles out until I relized wires were clipped to back of range to hold in place. Unclipped wires, pulled recepticles out, cut wires and attached new recepticles by connecting wires with wire nuts (I think wire nuts were to small so I used my own a size larger). Another problem that I found was that the recepticles on my range were held in place only by the screws that attached the recepticles to the drip pan flang. I had to bend an L bracket to prop under each recepticle to hold the back of it up so the burner element would sit level over the drip pan.
I just pulled the electric element out of the slot and dropped the drip pan in place and slipped the electric element back in place and it was ready to go. It looks almost new. We built a new house in 95. It took 17 months to build it. I got the stainless steel cook top that you can have the grill on one side or you can pull the grill off and slip in the burners. It is only 4 burners but it is plenty to work with. It has a down draft.
couldn't find replacement in our town, which is quitesmall and no Maytag dealers. So, I ordered on line two drip bowls and saved one"just in case"Mission accomplished. Thanks allot.
Pulled the old one out and slid the new one in (and replaced the drip pans at the same time). Very easy.
pulled he cooktop, replaced the recepticles, reassembled.
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