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PartSelect Number PS248906
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
The replacement was a digital clock instead of analog. The directions were a little confusing, but adequate for the change. We removed the old clock, and followed the dirctions for replacing it. We made three tries to get the wires correctly connected and on the third try, it worked fine. However, I had to return the three knobs since the digital had push buttons. It fits into the space perfectly and we are very happy with it.
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pushed on the new knobs.thanks fore having the parts.
scissors and opened bag. determined that all three knobs were identical. aligned slots on each knob with flanges on each shaft. snapped each knob into place.Did a happy dance of empowerment around the kitchen. ( knobs had been broken for at least 5 years). used timer to avoid burning christmas cookies. Have a Merry one!!!
I simply took the 3 new timer knobs and slid them on the metal shafts. It took less than 5 minutes to replace all 3 knobs. Now I can set the start, stop and time functions which have been inoperable for over 5 years. An easy and straight forward .
I received the kit two days after I ordered it, opened it and installed the knobs in less than 3 minites. The knobs were exact matches for the broken ones. The stove top now looks great and I cannot understand why I waited so long to make this simple repair.
every thing went just fine. A simple job at best.What went better was the prompt service.Thanks
Glued the timer knob on (shaft was broken and a bit short). Took back panel cover off the range and snapped the old pilot light out and snapped the new one in.
two of the knobs pushed on perfectly, Other than that they came quickly and I loved the service.Thank you
I removed the two screws that hold the element in place, and then pulled the element out about 3 inches and disconnected the two wires connected to the element's electrical terminals. I removed the bad element and installed the new element, just performing the removal steps in reverse. Piece of cake! Took me all of about 5 minutes.:-)
removed the plug in element.removed drip blow and replaced with new one,reinstalled the element.used pliers to remove old knobs and clips,installed new ones.
My husband removed the two screws with a wrench and replaced the heating element. VERY EASY! The timer knob just slipped on to replace the one that had broken off.
You are supposed to be able to just pop them on. Got one on the two others will not go on.Help!
First I removed the back of the stove. Then I removed the two screws that hold the top element. I then reached into the oven and removed the element. Replaced the element and screws. I then took the timer out by removing the two screws and unpluging four wires. I replaced the timer the same way I took it out.
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