Hi. I try to replace it but it has different set for the temperature switch . The old one has a clip pate . How do I do it?
Answer Hi Sam. Remove power. Remove the oven rack. Unbolt the bake element and unhook the wires. Reinstall the new element and pull out the unit. Remove the back and insure the wires are hooked tight. Then it is important to repack the insulation around the back of the oven cavity/ @ element exit holes. This will prevent any more heat escaping and burning of wires. Thank You.
Looking for heating element (baking) build in oven year about 1973.
Answer Hello Anna! The bake element used on the given model is part number WB44X169. Thanks!
Do they still make heating elements for this oven model, JK1405AV?
Answer Hello Janet! The bake element for your model is WB44X169. I hope this info helps!
I recieved your answer to my question as to the needed space between the rear prongs needed to fit the temp sensor between them. A 1 1/4" space is needed as with the original (1 1/2" center to center.) I was told by your company that the unit in stock has only a 1" separation that will not accomodate the sensor. The prongs would have to be bent or the sensor mounted differently. If you , in fact, have the unit with a 1 1/4" separation (actually measured) I would like to order it. Please help. Thanks.
Answer Chris, are you certain you supplied the correct model number? We have researched all the oven cavity parts for the model number you supplied. We cannot find a oven temperature sensor or a bake or broil element that is configured the way you're describing it. Could you verify the model number again, please. Our information indicates, the oven temperature sensor in located in the upper left corner of the back wall of the oven cavity. Neither of the elements, bake or broil are configured to accept any type of mounting device. Thanks again.