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PartSelect Number PS340571
This newer-style terminal block kit includes two metal brackets, two pre-crimped wires with terminals, two ceramic wire nuts, a heat shrinking tube, and a mounting screw.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Clipped and rewired plug in socket and put new burner in
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First I removed the one screws that hold the element in place. I then pulled the element out about 3 inches and disconnected the two wires.
I had bought the 1st set of plug-in blocks at lowes, They were the only type they had the univeral ones! They did not hold the elements plug tight enough and half the time they would have to be punshed in more then they would snap and sizzle- I ordere the newer style and they have done great they are better made and heavier metal parts- they elements fit in snuggly and do not sizzle or nor do I have to push the element in. This stove is 35 years old and I have replaced most everything on it. But it's still cooking...
Removed burner and tray. Removed burner connector from stove top using screw driver.Removed existing heat shrink and wirenuts.Installed new connector - wire nuts and heat shrink. Used lighter to shrink.Took 20 minutes.
First I removed the one screw that held the element in place. I then pulled the element out about 3 inches and cut the two wires...) Assembled the block parts. Installed shrink sleve and applied wire nuts to electrical connection to 2 wires then shrunk the sleve.Did the above procedure for 2 heating elements.They work very well now.
Turned off the power to the stove. Removed the 'burners' and 'burner' trays. Removed the screw that secured the bad block. Lifted the top of the stove. Cut the two wires to the bad block., stripped the wires about 1/2", slipped the shrink tube over the wires. Connected the new block with two porcelan wire nuts. slipped the shrink tube over the wirenuts and heated it with a lighter. Closed the top and secured the terminal block clip with a screw. Turned the power back on: voila!All the necessary parts came in the repair kit, delivery was timely. Very easy project.
First I lifted the cooktop out of the countertop & removed the screws so I could access under the burners.Then I cut the wires for the old plug-in block & then stripped the wires.Next I connected the new wires with the wire nuts & then used a lighter to shrink wrap the wire nuts.Then I screwed in the new block & re-installed the screws for the cooktop.I put in the new burner & it worked just like new.
Removed old block , cut off wires , used new wire nuts, heat shrink , supplied with parts , job done lowered range top went fishing ...
The directions were very clear. I removed the heating element, detached the plug-in block by unscrewing the screw, then cut the wires about 3 inches from the block. I put the shrink-wrap collars around the wires leading to the new block, then attached the wires to the cut ends of the wires leading to the back of the stove, using the connectors provided in the kit. I couldn't get the collars to shrink as much as shown in the picture. I attached the new block to the stove top using the screw, plugged in the heating element, and it worked!So the instructions were good, and the heating element is now working. The only problem was the heat shrink collars that go around the connectors: I couldn't get them to shrink much, but that doesn't seem to matter.
lifted the cover, unscrewed the ceramic wire fastners, put the new part in, and voila, job done and working perfectly
Cut the two wires approx 1 inch behind old connector and removed one screws to remove old connector, stripped approx 3/4 inch off the wires and connected them to the new wires on the new connector with wire caps and shrink wraps which came with the new connector. Replaced the old screw with the new screw and the job was completed. Be sure and disconnect power before starting!!
I removed old parts and cut feed wires. Applied new wire leads, secured with supplied wire nuts, positioned shrink wrap insulators to formed wire connections and shrank with hair drier. Inserted wire lead connectors into the phenolic housings and attached housings to brackets. Closed top and installed new burners. No fuss no muss. All parts fit and stove is ready for another 20 years.
Read instuctions first Turn breaker off to stove or unplug to be sure. Remove burner and drip pans. Remove scews holding socket in place if you are doing more than one make sure you keep in same location. Raise cook top untill supports latch in. Assemble plug it comes with two types holder compare to your plug. cut wire to old plug so you have enough wire to connect back with new. Strip wire back and place shrink tubeover wires wire nut together heat with a lighter or heat gun then do remaining plugges. place back in cover and replace scews. make sure wire are not to long to get under burner when cook top lowered. Lower cook top and clean burner plug ends with a little sandpaper to make sure they make good connection. replace pans and burner. turn on breaker or plug in stove making sure the burners come on when turned on good luck g.d.
easy to find the parts, and easy to install...pretty good instructions on the surface block...if you can take it apart, you can get it back together..thanks
Pretty simple. Turned off breaker. Lifted the top, cut the 2 wires. Going to the burner, put the 2 wire nuts on, and screwed the bracket in.
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