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    • Part Number: AP5590131
    • MFG Part Number: 318255006
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Burner element broke off. Would like to replace it. Serial no # is 74CL0761.

Brenda R. for Model Number RE94BD01

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Our oven is a convection/regular oven. No screws are visible to replace the bake element. There is a cover over the convection fan. I would guess that this housing needs to be removed to get to the screws? Also the stove was turned on and the element broke and went to a white hot flame and continued to go down the element some what like a lit fuse even after we cut off oven. Is that normal?

Od for Model Number PLES389ACD

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How do I remover the old heating bake element to replace with new one, part #318255006?

Christine for Model Number PLEF489CCD

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Does Frigidaire make a 30" drop-in range in Bisque? I am trying to determine whether to have bottom oven heating element replaced or if there is a newer drop in available.

Dianne L. for Model Number FED353CCDA

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Bake element does not work. Tested for continuity, it tested OK. Could it be the thermal switch which is bad? Is there a relay that could be bad, or could it be the clock timer assembly? How does one check the clock timer assembly? By the way the broiler works fine.

Robert for Model Number GLEB30S8AQA

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How do I remove element ap3867386?

James for Model Number feb30s5asb

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When I preheat the oven at 425 I wait and it only heats up to 225. Would the timer be bad or would the element?

James for Model Number feb30s5abs

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I need baking element for above model number. Which element part number do I choose?

Scott for Model Number PLES389CCB

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I need a lower baking element for the aforementioned model #. Do you have one that will fit?

James O. for Model Number CFEF357CS3

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The baking element caught on fire and broke in two. So, it needs to be replaced. Is this something I can do myself? Is it fairly easy to do? Do the screws come with the order or can I reuse the existing ones? Obviously, I have never done this, so some guidance is needed. Thanks.

Deborah for Model Number 790.468 Sears Kenmore Dual Fuel range Slide-in model purchased in 2001

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