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HELPING DO-IT YOURSELFERS SINCE 1999

The previous, older, baking element was no longer working.

Maria R. • Baltimore, MD • March 28, 2014
My Repair & Advice

It's very simple, once I located the part, at AppliancePartsPros.com (which was in stock), I simply paid for it, and it was shipped and received within the time period that was promised. This electric stove is hard-wired, so I first turned off the breaker to the stove; unscrewed the two Phillips screws holding the element to the oven; unscrewed the two small screws (from the oven wiring) that hold the spade and lug connection; discarded the old element; and reversed the whole procedure with the new element.

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Repair Time Estimate

15-30 minutes

Tools Used
    Screwdrivers
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