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PartSelect Number PS2332301
The terminals on the element are male quarter inch spade connectors. This part is found on the bottom of the oven.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
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!!!!!!
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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
yes i removed the two screws then i pulled the element and had short circuted the breaker as i had not switched off the breaker my fault. installation time breaker off but as the two wires had fallen back i had to pull the oven out and go at the back removed the back panel and pushed the two wires into the oven and connected the element. lesson learned1-swith off the range breaker2- remove the two screws and pull the element making sure that you pull the wires with it3-remove the wire from the element4-replace the elementhad to take the turkey to my daughters home after staying in the oven for two hours and then realising that the elemnet was no good
First we removed the 2 screws. Slowly pulled out the element and disconnected the wiring. Replaced new bake element connected wiring put screws back in and that was it. We were back to baking in minutes!!!! It was such an easy repair and saved me 100's of dollars for a new stove !!!!
My husband first used a screw driver to remove the old element and then detached the wires. He attached the wires of the new element and attached it to the rear of the stove using the screw driver. Very simple and no problems. Works great.He then attached the drawer glides on either side easily and without effort. Now the drawer glides smoothly and doesn't fall forward when you open it. Should have replaced them sooner.Also, this was the best price I found for these two parts. We were very pleased with the price and the very fast shipping.
Repair was really simple. Important thing is to turn the power off to the stove before you attempt to remove the element. I did not do this and when I pulled out the element the leads touched the rest of the oven and tripped the breaker. Not too smart on my part. Rest was really easy.
I replaced the baking element, but it turns out it was not the element but the bake control which requires a new control board.
took the old burner out and put the new one in
we had had a string of bad luck and the stove was no different .i was so upset when the element went out, i just knew it was going to cost alot. i went to one web site and it said $60. i about cried,then i kept looking and found partselect.com. i was very ,very happy to see that it was only $17. i ordered it on a sunday , and got it on tuesday ,the day they promised it would be here. it took about 5 mins to put it in. i am thankful to partselect for great product at a very cheap price.
My husband replaced the part. He said it required an allen wrench, but he didn't have one small enough. He used a phillips screwdriver and it was done in less than fifteen minutes. THANK YOU!!
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