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PartSelect Number PS244398
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part is located beneath the element and catches any spills.
So easy, first I turned off the main switch to the electric. Unscrewed old bake element and screwed in the new one. Worked like a charm. We also bought from Part Select new burners and drip pans. Can't believe how good it looks. I placed my order on a Sunday and received it on Tuesday!! 2 days. Awesome website...Have told everyone about it..THANK YOU PART SELECT..
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Prices on drip pans were so reasonable I easily replaced them . No screws involved here. For end cap, had to remove both screws that held porcelin inner door wall to get to one other screw that held broken handle on outside of door. Put same screw into new end cap. Closed inner porcelin liner. Those two longer screws go through both panels and screw into end cap (one for each end cap) There are two screws in each end cap. This saved me so much money and is the 2nd appliance I have fixed myself. 60 year old female. The other was my dishwasher. This site is a blessing.
I opened the box, removed the items from the plastic, checked the paperwork and the invoices and installed everything within 15 minutes!Thank you PartSelect! It was a pleasure doing business with you!Everything is working properly and looks great.
Wanted to replace the elements and burner bowls for cosmetic reasons. All parts were easily plugged in or set into place. Absolutely no help was needed. The stove looks like new and works even better.
The rusted burner bowls were a given, simple remove and replace. The bake element was bad, meaning the loop was open (cracked). The element replacement should have been easier if I had read all of the feed back given on the reviews. The number one thing I must stress is that the stove needs to be powered down. Either via breaker or unplugged. I found out the hard way and had sparks flying all over the place. I figured that with the oven in the off position the element had no power, boy was I wrong! Don't ever assume that the appliance was designed for safety! I pulled out the stove and unplugged it, after that the replacement was very easy. One 1/4" nut driver was all that was needed.
I simply pulled the old ones out and replaced them with the new ones. It looks so much better and cleanes up well.
I first unplugged the stove (alternatively, shut off the breaker). I unscrewed the terminal block screw from the stove top (after removing the stove element and burner bowl). I got in behind and removed the six screws in the sheet metal panel. Removed the panel. Unplugged the terminal block wires for each unit, one at a time, and immediately plugged in the new unit wires (after threading the wires up under the control panel). Wire polarity doesn't matter. Secured the panel temporarily with a couple of screws. Replaced the burner bowls and stove elements in the new terminal blocks. Plugged in the stove and tried each unit. Worked great! Secured the remaining screws in the rear panel and moved the stove back into place. Thanks so much!
Removed the old element and burner bowls and replaced them with the new ones! No screws, no tools needed. PartSelect's prices are cheaper than any other place on the Internet and they shipped me genuine replacement parts, not some 3rd party no-name brand. Also, shipping took less than 2 days! I am thoroughly impressed.
I just removed the range elements and old bowls, placed the new bowls into the range top, and inserted the heating elements. What surprised me was the quickness in filling the order. I had the new parts the next day! Great!
I unplugged the burner, lifted the old drip pan out, put new drip pan in, plugged burner in. The stove looks brand new and it took less than 2 minutes.
I repair tools for a living. I have thirty years experience fixing messed up equipment. When I initially looked a the problem, I thought maybe I had a loose lug underneath the top stove panel because I fixed a problem with the stove about five years ago with a lug falling off the clean switch located in the back. When I saw that there was no issue with this I inspected the oven element and could see that this was what was wrong all bubbled up etc. So I went to the website, long story short used the website application to find my parts and come to find out the wrong parts arrived. I called customer service and the lady fixed up everything in a matter of minutes. I should have called them in the first place. Anyway, all and all I have a new stove now for the most part. I cleaned it all up and installed the new parts that customer service sent, and its all good.
Simply removed the screws from the oven ceiling, there was 2. My 9 year old son did this and then removed the 2 from the back where attached. I had to lean in and remove the last screw in the middle holding the heating element into place. This is all after taking out the oven and unplugging it. Once the screws are removed, it pulls right out from the foam and you "unplug" the 2 electical heat elements attached to both ends of the conduits. Take out broken one and replace new one the same way. This was our first time, repairing an appliance and it went well
had the right parts and the installation was a breeze. Have new burner bowls and stove looks brnad new.
I just pulled out the old element and put the new one in and replaced all of the burner bowls .these are the only ones I found that fit my stove
Took out the old ones and replaced with the new ones. Very simple task. It didn't take 5 minutes.
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