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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:
took the old burner out and put the new one in
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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!!
REmoved screws holding element in place. Pulled wires out of old element and plugged them in to the new element. Then screwed element back in place using original screws. Oven works great once again! Thank you PartsSelect for making this quick and easy repair! All you need is your model number, the rest is easy from there. This site made it easy to find my part and also offered the lowest price around. Item arrived within 2 days of placing order! Very satisfied.
Removed the screws, take out the heating element and install new one. I wished I bought new screws because the old ones were rusty.
Tripped the breaker for the stove. Took the two screws out holding the element in. Pulled element out a little unhooked the wires and reversed the process. Very simple
removed the two screws holding the element in place and unclipped the attaching wire leads and pressed the leads onto the new element and installed the new element with the two screws. job complete. simple operation. dkd
After determining that the baking element was not working, I ordered a replacement. It arrived the next day and I drove to my mother in laws ( who owned the electric range). I used a flashlight to see what tools would be required. I used a nutdriver and a pair of needle nosed pliers. I unplugged the stove from the 220 volt receptacle and unscrewed the fasteners holding the element to the back of the stove. I used the pliers to gently pull the wire clip off the element stud and replaced the old element with the new one. I re-attached the wires and secured the element back with the fasteners. I plugged the stove back in, turned the oven on and problem solved. The element turned cherry red, and after closing the oven door, I set the temp to 250 degrees and after about 10 minutes, I opened the door, and the element had shut itself off after reaching the desired temperature. It was so easy of a repair, that my wife could have done it with no problems and she is not a "repair" person. Excellent product and excellent time on the shipping.
Removed the screws that held the rear access panel. Removed leads to element. Removed screws inside oven that held the old element. Replaced with new element, reversed procedure, re-connected power, and voila! it works.
Removed the back panels, repaired the wire ends with new connectors, inserted bake element, installed 2 screws to hold in place. connected wires. Reinstalled back panels - and all done.
Pulled the old element unit out in pieces using a philips screw drive and disconnecting the electric wire connectors from the ends of the element.When the new element arrived I pluddged in the connectors, re-inserted the wires into the backof the oven wall and inserted and tightened the screws.I then plugged the power supply in and turned on the bake power control. The unit operated correctly.
I shut of the power at the circuit box. I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. Then pulled the old element out, and disconnected the two wires. I reattched the new unit. The most difficult part of the job was finding the correct size tool on my messy work bench.
This repair was SO much easier than I had imagined, much to my delight!The scariest part was feeling secure that I had actually cut all power to the Range itself....I wasn't convinced that my breaker box had been labeled correctly by the man who did the remodel on my house! Once I did determine that i wasn't going to be fried I correctly replaced the element and tested my handywork...all was good! partselect.com was a HUGE help from beginning (finding and ordering the part itself) to end...I couldn't have asked for a smoother, more convenient and cost effective way to solve my repair problem!
SImply removed the old element by removing two screws that held held it and replaced it with the new element.
Unscrewed 2 small screws unhooked 2 small plugs removed old element put in new element plugged in 2 plugs put in the 2 screws and job was done.
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