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    • Part Number: AP5590131
    • MFG Part Number: 318255006
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I need to purchase the baking element for this product. The part number you show differs from the one I have. Is yours the same element. Thank you.

Gq for Model Number Frigidaire PLCS389DCC

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I have to replace the oven element in this oven. I have watched the videos-and have successfully removed the screws and pulled the wires forward. However, I cannot get the wires disconnected. Very frustrating because it looks so easy in the video. One difference that I do note is the wires are perpendicular instead of straight as shown in the several videos I have viewed. Please help

Linda K. for Model Number Fef402bwe

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I have a Westinghouse wall oven (house was built in 1966ish and I have a feeling it is the original oven) that the bottom element started sparking and broke. The model # from the plate on the oven is KB111RXM, the serial # on that plate is K RA15736. From the element I believe the # is 0147545 (it's the number in the bottom left corner of the plate that the wires connect to). Do you have one that will replace it?

Nancy

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Frigidaire double wall oven 45 years old. The baking heating element in the lower oven heats, but does not regulate. It just keeps heating upward. Broiler works fine. Will replacing the baking heating element correct the problem with the lower oven? The upper oven has no problem. Thanks.

Patricia T.

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I have the new element to put in but cannot get the screws out-one I have loosened but keeps going around and around and will not come out-the other one will not budge-tried putting some thrust penetrating oil on it but still will not come loose- I am afraid I will strip out the top of the screw-any advise?

Becky J for Model Number fef455wcbc

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This element looks like the right configuration for my range oven. Is this correct? Thanks for your help.

Sarah for Model Number NF84621807 Kenmore Elite

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My bake element made a loud pop noise yesterday and it looked like some sparks came out of it. The bottom bake no longer heats up. Should a new bake element solve my problem?? everything else works broil and the cook top. Frigidaire Model # CFEF372CS2 Thanks!

Amy for Model Number Frigidaire - CFEF372CS2

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I need to replace my heating element and want to make sure I get the right one. I found Model # FES300ASD. Is there another model # that would fit? Thank You

Susan for Model Number FES300ASC

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What would make a bake element explode?

George for Model Number Fefb68cjsa

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The bottom heating element was not working in our oven so we replaced the element with a new one. The bottom element still does not heat. Any ideas?

Michelle for Model Number PLEB30S8CCC

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