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PartSelect Number PS249424
This is a 240 volt bake element for your oven or range. The kit comes with two installation screws and the element. The element functions by supplying heat from the bottom of the oven to bake or cook your food. You may need to replace the bake element if your oven is not heating properly. Each screw gets screwed into each wire terminal with a Phillips screw driver. Hold the wires forward to make sure the wires do not fall back through the rear of the oven. Unplug your appliance or shut off your circuit breaker to the appliance before installing the new part.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
My petite 69 yr old wife replace element in about 15 minutes with no problem..Also product arrived within a short time frame and your online instructions were accurate. Thanks
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Turned off electricity at fuse box. Unscrewed old element and removed. Put in new element, screwed it in. Turned on electricity. Voila.
Removed two small bolt screws that held the bottom burner in place. Unscrew the two small screws that attach the oven wiring to the bottom burner. Put the bottom burner back in place and screw the two small bolt screws back in and its done.
Unscrewed old element and screwed in the new one.
unscrewed the broken one and replaced it with the new heating element. Worked perfectly! 20+ year old oven.
several months ago the bake element in my oven started cracking. When it started sparking I knew I had to replace it or get a new oven. I ordered the part and it was easy. The old one fell apart as I removed it. I honestly don't know how it was still heating. Anyway, all I did was turn off the electric to the oven, then I had to remove to screws that attached it to the wall of the oven. That was the hardest part because I couldn't see them well so I had to put a lantern in the oven. Then I had to pull it out enough to remove the screws from within. Then I just reversed the process to install and everything worked great! Saved me a lot on calling a repair man.
Getting the part out was easy. Turned the power off (of course) first. The outside nuts were corroded, so had to use a pair of pliers to get them off. The inside connectors were easier to get off. I had a little trouble getting the connectors on the wires. The metal part on the heating element kept wanting to bend. I finally had someone hold that in place while I made the connections. The outside screws were easy to put on. The oven now works great. I think the element was failing over a period of time, and we just didn't notice. I can't remember the last time I actually saw the element get RED hot. Works great. Thanks for your quick service and reasonable prices. Will definitely use you again, when I need parts like this. (You are now Bookmarked on my computer).
Part was a breeze to install. I turned the power off to the oven at the breaker. I then unscrewed the bolts holding the old element in and disconnected the wires. I attached the wires to the new element and bolted it back onto the oven. I turned the breaker back on an tested the new bake element. Worked great! Now it heats up like it should. The whole process was very easy.
Flipped breaker to cut power to the oven.Loosened existing element using nutdriver to remove two screws in rear plate that attaches element to the rear wall of the oven.Pulled old element gently outward exposing two screws that attach element to existing wires.Removed those two screws with nutdriver to remove old element.Reversed the process. Turned power back on and turned on oven. Element worked perfectly.
1) Turned off breaker and verified that the oven would not turn on. 2)Removed racks from the oven. 3) used nut driver to remove two mounting screws 4) used screwdriver to disconnect bake element from the wires. 5) used supplied screws to attach wires to new bake element. 6) pushed bake element into place and used nut driver to secure it in place with screws. 7) replaced racks 8) turned on breaker 9) tested by turning on oven with oven thermometer in place.
so easy it doesn't need an explanation. Just remember to throw the breaker switch before beginning!
The bottom heating element burned out. Ordered the right part and my husband fixed the heating element. This saved a lot of money.Thanks, RM from South Carolina
A friend gave me your website. I looked up the model (is over 30 years old & obsolete!), but you listed a similar model. Part fit perfect, works great, heats to set temp quickly. Your do-it-yourself page was a big help...thanks! Replacement went quick and easy after I saw what needed to be done.
1. isolate the main power supply. 2. remove backplate on old element,remove connecting terminals from old element; and withdraw from oven. 3. connect new element[make sure the connection is firm].replace backplate and secure with the two screws provided. switch on power, oven working perfectly.
Element went out on Wednesday; ordered part on Thursday; it arrived on Saturday (via regular service). Took out old part with hex screw drived, installed new and back in business.
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