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PartSelect Number PS2332301
This bake element is used in electric ovens and ranges. It can be found in the bottom of the appliance. It supplies the heat required for the baking function. If your element is no longer glowing red, or your oven is not heating properly while the bake feature is being used, the element might be faulty. It features push on male terminals, which are 1/4-inch high temperature spade connectors. The bake element is approximately 19 1/4 inches wide, and it measures approximately 15 inches deep from the front of the element to the bracket. It extents 3 1/2 inches past the bracket to the terminals. Unplug your appliance before you begin any repair work.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
First of all this site has extremely fast shipping!! Ordered on a Sunday, had the part in hand the following Tuesday. I had read the other stories so I had a good idea of what to do so I unplugged my stove, I then loosened the two bolts holing the element in place, unhooked the wires to it, grabbed the new element, hooked the wires back up, screwed and tightened the bolts back up, plugged the stove back in and guess what...It Worked like a charm!! real quick and easy fix.
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Unplugged the oven, cleaned out the the sweeper front, back, inside oven, scrubbed and unscrewed the old and screwed in the new turned on and tada it was better than new:)
Overall a very easy repair, but with one caveat to watch for. Used a nut driver to remove the two sheet metal screws on each side of the element and then slowly pulled the element out to detach the spade connector and wire from the back of the element. Here is where to be cafeful: Take care to bring the end of the element wtih the wire attached through the hole without catching the connector. If the connector comes off behind the metal it could be a real bear to fish out. This didn't happen to me, but it could happen and turn a simple repair job into a headache.Plugged the new element in and my oven works better than new. Great service from PartsSelect.
removed two screws with nutdriver ,pulled element out enough to expose wires, disconnected wires , removed element ,connected wires to new element, pushed element back into oven,replaced screws
I removed the 2 racks in the oven, then the 2 screws, pulled out the old element, unplugged, discarded, set the new one in, plugged in, reaatced with thew 2 screws and reinstalled the 2 rack and was done. Works great.
remove two small screws in rear of oven. pull out element enough to expose wire connections and disconnect. remove old element and attach new one. just be sure power to stove has been turned off before begining repair. very easy..........
First, I shut off the electricity at the panel. Then I took out the 2 screws that hold the bake element at the back of the oven. Next, I separated the element from the wires and connected the new bake element and put the screws back in. Finally I turned the power back on to the oven and tested it. It worked perfectly! It all cost under $30 to do...it would have cost more than $100 to have a repair man come do it for me. The part came quickly and was packaged very carefully. Thank you!
Made sure the oven circuit breaker was off on the electrical panel in the garage then simply removed the two screws on the oven wall and pulled out the old element a couple inches. I then pulled off the connectors. Simply reinstalled the connectors on the new element, pushed it back in and replaced the two screws. After I turned the circuit breaker back on, I turned the oven to 300 to make sure it was working it's all good.
I have to give props to partselect.com!!!! I ordered the lower element on a Thursday and received it that very next Saturday!! I was surprised at the quck shipping. Anyway, it was just a matter of removing two screws and and then disconnecting the old element. I installed the new element and reinstalled the screws. Works like a champ. Thanks partselect.com!!!!!!
first I unplugged the stove. then I pulled out the oven racks. I unscrewed the screws with a scocket. I pulled out the wires and disconnected. I then reversed the process to reconnect.
Cut off power to dryer and remove screw of the back and took the cover off and there was the element remove to screw and replace the new one.
Disconnect power. Remove screws hold rear cover. from the rear of the stove pull wires off terminals of heater element. Open oven door and remove two screws holding the heating element in place. Remove heating element. Reverse process to re-install new heating element.
First, I turned off electrical breaker for range. Then I used a 1/4" nut driver to remove two screws holding old bake element to rear oven wall. I then pulled old bake element forward, removed the two electrical wires and discarded old bake element. I attached the two wires to the new bake element, slid element into rear oven wall, and attached it with the two screws. I then turned the electrical breaker back on and turned oven on. Works great ! Easy repair job.
Removed the bad element burnt out and replaced it with the new element.
I never did the repair but my sister in law did it. It took her about 10 minutes to remove the two screws and take out the old element and disconnet the unit and plug the new one in and replace the screws, but first she unplugged the range. DALE LITTLE
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