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Manuals & Care Guides for LCE3681ST

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HEATER,RADIATION – Part Number: MEE62385201
HEATER,RADIATION
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PartSelect #: PS7795472
Manufacturer #: MEE62385201
$154.98
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Screw,Taptite – Part Number: 1SBF0402418
Screw,Taptite
PartSelect #: PS3517460
Manufacturer #: 1SBF0402418
$5.54
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Screw,Tapping – Part Number: 1TTL0402418
Screw,Tapping
PartSelect #: PS3517549
Manufacturer #: 1TTL0402418
$5.54
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Screw,Tapping – Part Number: 1TTL0402618
Screw,Tapping
PartSelect #: PS3517552
Manufacturer #: 1TTL0402618
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Heater,Radiant – Part Number: MEE35326801
Heater,Radiant
PartSelect #: PS3535351
Manufacturer #: MEE35326801
$304.66
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Heater Assembly – Part Number: AEG33897001
Heater Assembly
PartSelect #: PS3532215
Manufacturer #: AEG33897001
$52.14
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Bracket,Idle – Part Number: MAZ39918701
Bracket,Idle
PartSelect #: PS3534574
Manufacturer #: MAZ39918701
$12.07
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Connector,Terminal Block – Part Number: 6640000045A
Connector,Terminal Block
PartSelect #: PS3529422
Manufacturer #: 6640000045A
$19.20
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Screw,Machine – Part Number: 1MPC0504718
Screw,Machine
PartSelect #: PS3517424
Manufacturer #: 1MPC0504718
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Plate Assembly,Upper – Part Number: AGU65098701
Plate Assembly,Upper
PartSelect #: PS3532740
Manufacturer #: AGU65098701
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Common Symptoms of the LCE3681ST

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Element will not heat
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Hammer 1, Glass range top and heating element 0
Dropped a hammer on the range while removing a ceiling light. Viewed a How-To video on Google. Ordered the needed parts. Followed the steps from the How-To video. Reinstall was a bit tricky by myself - could have used an extra set of hands. I have a few words of caution:
1) Put something between the range top and range - like a sheet or drop cloth - to prevent a dropped screw from falling into a crevice in the stove. I dropped a screw and was unable to retrieve it, even with a magnet.
2) Makes sure you remove all bumpers, screws, clips, etc. from the item being replaced and put them on the new item if the new item does not come with replacement bumpers, screws, etc.
Parts Used:
HEATER,RADIATION
  • Richard from CHESAPEAKE, VA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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