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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:
Shut off power - throw breaker. Oven access easier with door removed - requires removal of two Phillips head screws. Remove two screws holding element in place using 1/4" socket. Pull element & wires out and pull slide in connectors out (had to hold the wire end with needle nose pliers}. Installed element by reversing the removal procedures. Also good time to clean oven.
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Easy as removing 2 screws, pulling the wires through the back wall of the oven so I could connect the new element and replacing everything. Honestly, it only took around 8 minutes.
Undid 2 screw nuts holding the element to the back wall, with a 1/4" socket. Pulled off the two wires, pushed them onto the new element. Screwed the two nuts back on the rear wall. Done! Easy, worked 1st try.
Unpluged Oven, Removed 2 screws, unpluged Element, Plugged in new element. Replaced 2 screws, plugged oven in. Done 15 minutes.
1.Take no chances. Turn off power at main breaker box (Range). 2 2. 2. 2.Remove inside grills then pull damaged element forward to expose wires and screws. 3. Use nut driver or phillips screwdriver to undo both screws. 4. Remove burnt out element then replace it new one. Make sure both sides are firmly pushed onto the wire terminals before tightening screws. Replace grills. close oven door then turn breaker at breaker box on again.
Unscrewed 2 screws, pulled the wires out and unplugged the old element, plugged the new one in, screwed 2 screws back in, so easy anyone can do this, it's nice to have a second person holding a flashlight but couldn't be any easier.
Repair is simple and straight forward. Simply open oven door and remove oven racks. A philips #2 screwdriver is needed to remove 2 screws, 1 on each side at lower portion back of of oven..Slowly pull heating element out towards front of oven, wires will pull out with it. Simply wiggle and unplug spade connectors on each side, plug new ends of heating element into wires. Slide heating element back in re-attach removed screws not over tightening just till snug.Front drawer glides: Remove oven drawer and this is a good time to give it a good solid cleaning. Clorox wipes and elbow grease. The handle can be removed to clean under neath as well just a few screws to remove with the same philips screw driver.The front drawer glides do not mount on the drawer, they mount on each lower side of drawer opening above lower glides. There is a squared off small opening on each side for the glides to pop into with small square notches at the bottom of each hole.Take the curved part of the glide and angle the insertion going into the hole turning down and pushing in, the glide will "Pop" or "Click" when seated. That's it. Save time and money and fix it your self. You don't need to buy a new range when parts and do it your self are less than $30.00.
Turn off the power to the range. Remove oven racks. Remove the two screws and slowly pull the element out being careful not to pull the wires off. Remove the two wires then attach them to the new element. Push the element back in place, put the screws back in, turn on the power and turn on oven to make sure the problem is fixed
I watched a YouTube video. Than it was easy. I turned the breaker to range off. Took the nuts off. Uncliped the part. Plug new part in. Put screws back in. Flipped on the breaker. And it works wonderfull.
I flipped the 220 circuit breaker to shut off the electricity. I unscrewed the old element (2 screws). One problem I ran into was that there was insulation packed tight around the old wire, so when I went to pull it out one of the connectors came undone. So I had to take the small plate off the back of the stove and fish the wire back through. I connected the new wires and screwed the element to the back. I only needed a square head screw-driver for the whole job. It would've taken me 5 minutes if I wouldn't have had to fish the wire back through. Still, it only took around 20 minutes and was really easy. The element cost me less than half of what an appliance repair shop charged. I'm a woman, and I've never attempted anything like this before but the video made it so easy to do! Thanks for saving me a bundle of money!
replaced the element.
I sat on a stool and knelt on a pillow (because of my knees) but I got it done and it works great!!
Simple installation took 2 minutes to do...pop on the connectors, screw each end into back of oven...DONE.
Unplugged stove, removed screws holding element In place. Pulled element forward exposing electrical ends. Removed connectors, re- connected ends to new element. Pushed element back into holes and reconnected the screws. Plug stove back in.
I followed the instruction on the web site and the installation was just like the instruction. Very quick and easy. I was so happy and now I am baking up a storm again.
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