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Bake Element - 220V 2300W

Product Description

Bake Element - 220V 2300W Specifications

This bake element goes in the bottom of your range and is 220 volts and 2300 watts. This closed hinged style element with screw-in terminals measures at 15-1/4 inches long and 18-1/4 inches wide. The bottom bake element provides heat for baking. Tools you will need for this repair include pliers, screwdrivers, and an adjustable wrench. Before you begin this installation, remember to shut off the house circuit breaker or unplug your range. For safety purposes we also recommend wearing work gloves.

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Troubleshooting

This part fixes the following symptoms:

Little to no heat when baking, Element will not heat, Oven not heating evenly, Oven is too hot.

This part works with the following products:

Range, Microwave Oven Combo, Wall Oven.

This part works with the following brands:

General Electric, Hotpoint, Kenmore.

Part # WB44X5082 replaces these:

3358, 65992, 8030, AP2031084, WB44X0192, WB44X10003, WB44X1126, WB44X192, WB44X5061, WB44X5072, WB44X5082, WB44X5082R, WB44X5085, WB44X6082, WR44X5082R.
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Wilbur from Taylorville, IL
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
element quit working
Unhooked electrical wiring from unit and rehooked new unit to electrical wiring.
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Michael from Saint Paris, OH
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
Bottom heating element went out
This repair took between 15 and 30 minutes BUT ONLY because my 10 year old son did the repair. He couldn't wait for his father to come home from work. His only complaint was the tight fit to reach the back of the oven (he wanted to take the oven door off but I said no). He removed the 2 screws that held the element in place and then pulled it from the oven until he could remove the screws that held the wires in place. He was concerned that a little of the insulation came out with the wires, but this was no issue. The new element hooked right up (we figured out that we had to use the 2 new screws for the wires because the old ones did not fit very well). We used the same 'old' screws to attach the element back to the oven. Plugged the oven back in and it works fine. My son was so proud and I didn't have to help any more than shining a flashlight for him.
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Phyllis from Fisk, MO
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Socket set
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
Oven heating element was broken.
The heating element in the lower oven of my 18 year-old GE double oven broke into two pieces and would not heat. Because of the age of the oven, a replacement part was unavailable through GE. I came across PartSelect.com through an Internet search and ordered the part online. Total cost was $33.50, counting s/h. FedEx delivered the new element less than 48 hours after I placed the order online.

IMPORTANT: FLIP the BREAKER to stop electricity from going to the oven. Replacing the heating element is a two step process: 1. Remove the old element. 2. Install the new element in its place. (NOTE: This job is much simpler if you lift and remove the oven door BEFORE you begin. NOTE also: There are no slots in the screws, so you must use a small socket wrench--not a screwdriver-- to remove the screws.) STEP 1: Two screws go through the small metal plate attached to the element prongs. These screws hold the element to the back oven wall. Remove the screws, then pull the element forward a few inches to gain access to two screws which hold the element prongs to wires that come through the back oven wall. (One wire and one screw for each of the two prongs.) Remove the two screws. Remove and discard the old element. STEP 2: Install the new element by doing Step 1 in reverse. Oven is now repaired! (It took more time to type these instruction than it took to repair the oven.)
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Brittany from Cayce, SC
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Pliers
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
The oven element had broken in half and was sparking
I am not a handy person so I was really nervous about doing this. I first unplugged the oven just to be on the safe side. Then I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. Next I pulled the element forward and disconnected the two wires. After that I simply reconnected the two wires to the new element, pushed it back in and put the screws in. Piece of cake!
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Liz from Williamson, NY
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Socket set
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
oven would no longer heat. Only broiler worked
First I removed the 2 screws that held the bake element in place. Then I pulled the element out and disconnected the two wires. Reconnected the two wires to the new element and pushed it back in place and installed the unit again with the 2 screws. Turned the oven on and it heated up like it should.
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James from Tazewell, VA
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Screw drivers
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
bake element bent down to bottom of oven (ready to break)
1) turned off breaker to oven
2) removed oven racks
3) removed screws holding old element
4) pulled out element far enough to remove 2 wires attached to old element
5) noted colors, left white, right black
6) attached new element to wires
7) attached new element to oven
8) put back oven racks
9) turn breaker back on
10) test oven
done
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Becky from Norman, OK
Difficulty Level:
A Bit Difficult
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Pliers, Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
The bottom element had broken apart and needed to be replaced
The only reason I mentioned "a bit difficult" is that it is very important to unplug the unit first. I didn't want to say easy because I didn't want someone just jumping right in, (you do end up handling raw wires).
First I removed the two screws that were holding in the element to the back wall of the oven, then pulled out the old element slightly until you see where the wires are attached to the end of the element. I made note (I don't know if this is neccessary) which wire came off which screwset so I could put the new one in the same way. Took out the old element and attached the new one to the two screwsets on the ends of the element and then reinserted that part in in the back wall of the oven and attached plate that holds it in place. It was for my mother and she now thinks I'm a genius! Don't let anyone take a picture of you of you from behind because you definitely have to put your head in the oven. I believe the door is removable that may make it easier to get to it.
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John from Lafayette, LA
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Screw drivers
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
Bake Element burnt up
Turned off breaker to stove.Used nut driver to remove the holding plate from the back ove the oven. Their was between 4 to 6 inch of slack on the wire. Used the nut driver and removed the red wire from the right side of the old element, and then removed the white wire from the left side of the element. Replaced the cap head screws that required a nut driver, with the slotted screws that came with the new element, replaced the white wire(left) the red wire(right), end reattached the holding plate to the back of the oven and done!
There are stand offs on the bottom of the element, so you can't get it confused on where the wires go, but take care that the wires do not slip back in the element "hole" or you will have to "fish" them back out.

Brought the element up slowly to 500 degrees, to burn off any residue on the element. Smelled a chemical smell for the first 5-10 seconds of the "burn in", then no smell.
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Douglas from Derry, NH
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
The bake element would not heat up.
This repair took much longer than it should have.
When I noticed the oven would not heat in bake mode, I suspected the element was bad. Going on the forum, I found that I needed to ohm out the element to be sure, so from inside the oven, I removed the two screws holding the element into the stove, pulled out the element a bit and removed the screws from each contact, ohmed it out and found no continuity. I ordered a new bake element which arrived in a couple of days.
I installed the new element by connecting the wires back to each terminal end. It still didn't work and not only that, the broil element didn't work now either.
I inquired again on the forum and found that the suspect might be the control module that controls both bake and broil elements. The part was $250.
Not wanting to spend that on a 10 year old stove, I ordered a new stove at Sears that was on sale.
I sent the bake element back and waited for my stove to arrive.
Sears called a few days later that my stove was ready for pickup so in preparation, I pulled my old stove out from the wall and began to disconnect the pigtail to use on the new one. It was then I noticed a wire dangling that seemed to go to one side of the bake element. When I pulled out the bake element initially and disconnected the wires, I didn't notice that one terminal had TWO wires going to it and one had a single wire connected. It was a bit dark inside the stove when I initially took the screw off of each terminal and I never noticed the second wire on the left one. I installed the old bake element, knowing it may not work but just to see if the broil now worked and it did!
So I ordered another bake element and installed it connecting two wires to the left terminal and one to the right terminal, reattached it to the back of the oven and IT WORKS!!

I cancelled my new stove at Sears which saved me about $500. Just a $26.00 part.
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Ward from Gilmer, TX
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers
Parts Used:
WB44X5082
Element burned into.
First I removed the two screws that held the element in place. I pulled the element out about 2-3 inches and then removed the two screws that fastened to the ends of the element. Was careful to keep the same wires separate in order to fasten the new element back to the same two wires. When fastening the new element ends back to the wires, care must be taken to not bend the ends of the element when tightening the small screws to the ends. Everything went real good and am most pleased with the very fast service portrayed by Parts Select. They are a class act company and rate very high in customer satisfaction!
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Model Cross Reference

This part works with the following models:

PartSelect Number: PS249466
Manufacturer Part Number: WB44X5082
Brand
Model Number
Description
Kenmore
202.33
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 202.33 (20233, 202 33) Parts
Kenmore
20221
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 20221 (1988) (20221(1988)) Parts
Kenmore
20231
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 20231(1988) Parts
Kenmore
20232
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 20232(1988) Parts
Kenmore
3639308810
Range
Kenmore
3639378810
Range
Kenmore
3639378880
Range
Kenmore
3639858810
Range
Kenmore
3639858911
Range
Kenmore
3639868810
Range
Kenmore
3639878810
Microwave Oven Combo
Kenmore
3639878911
Microwave Oven Combo
Kenmore
3639888810
Microwave Oven Combo
Hotpoint
9878810
Range - Hotpoint Range/Stove/Oven Model 9878810 Parts
Hotpoint
9888810
Range - Hotpoint Range/Stove/Oven Model 9888810 Parts
Kenmore
99121-8
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 99121-8(1988) (991218(1988), 99121 8(1988)) Parts
Kenmore
99138
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Kenmore
99141
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 99141 (1988) (99141(1988)) Parts
Kenmore
99148
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Kenmore
99151
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Kenmore
99158
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Kenmore
99211
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Kenmore
99221
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 99221 (1988) (99221(1988)) Parts
Kenmore
99228
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 99228 (1988) (99228(1988)) Parts
Kenmore
99241
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 99241 (1988) (99241(1988)) Parts
Kenmore
99248
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 99248 (1988) (99248(1988)) Parts
Kenmore
99258
Range - Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 99258 (1988) (99258(1988)) Parts
Kenmore
99351
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General Electric
J300*R1
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