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    • Part Number: AP2031021
    • MFG Part Number: WB44X173
    • Made by: GE
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Can you tell me what is the correct upper element for my GE stove Model # JBP30W0B1WW? Thanks you.

Sammy for Model Number JBP30W0B1WW

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I need to know how to get a broil element for a ge wall oven?

Bill

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GE double wall oven, 37 or 38 years old. top oven broiler element caught fire and burned out. Need a replacement element. oven model number is J K250R1HT. can't find this model # online. (oven serial # is F T6439390) Need to confirm model # and I need the part # for a top broiler element.

David for Model Number GE double wall oven model # J K250R1HT

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Hi, I need to replace the broiler element in my GE oven. Model RP03G0J1BG serial# MT603808G. What is the part number?

Robert Y. for Model Number GE RP03G0J1BG serial# MT603808G

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Have pretty old GE built-in. Lower heating element just burned out - but good news, we've identified replacement part: WB44X200. Our problem: need to replace upper broiler element. Can't locate any number for this part on the unit. Can you help? Is there a replacement element for the broiler? Thanks!

Gail for Model Number J R19007BC (Serial = L649162)

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Need an Upper "Broil Element". Schematic shows it as 3,000 watts.

Mike for Model Number Old 24" Built-in GE Model: JR19007BC

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The Broiler (upper) element caught fire and i have looked till im blue in the face to find the one i need . sometimes it recognizes these Numbers "JK2P7BOA1BB and sometimes not . it give me these same #JKP2P7BA1BB but with out the O and the angles of degree are not exact. any help would be greatly appreciated

Kevin for Model Number JK2P7BOA1BB

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I am installing both the oven elements for this GE, but I don't remember what wires go where. The broiler has a red and blue wire. If I am facing the back of the stove, which post gets the blue and the other post gets the red? Also the bake element has a red and black wire? Where do these wires go?

Donna for Model Number JBP23GS1WH

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I have a very old oven from Hotpoint and I believe the bottom element has gone bad. What is the number for the replacement part? thanks

Deb for Model Number RK747GOT4BG

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Hi, I'm having a problem installing the broiler element. The bracket for the element in the oven has a third hole, for some kind of sensor, with it's own wire going into the back. The sensor type thing looks like a hollow tube crimped closed at the oven end. Any ideas what I should do? Try and remove the old mounting bracket and try to put it on the new element? Drill a hole in the new element's bracket to accomodate the sensor's mounting screw and wire? or ? Also my element didn't come the brackets that hold the element to the ceiling of the oven. Should I try to switch the ones from the old element? The inner one is giving me a lot of resistance. Thanks, in advance, for your help.

George

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