The heating element for my oven has stopped working. I have a Sears Kenmore ultrabake system. What do I need to do to fix it? and what part heating element will I need to fix it ? I need to get this done Asap. Thank you Denise
Answer Hello Denise. You will need to test and see if the bake element is bad or if the control is bad. Make sure there is 240 volts coming to the unit. If so, test the element and see if it reads closed for continuity. If so, replace the control. If it reads open, replace the element. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
I need to replace the baking element but could not find the exact model number. Is WB44K5013 a good replacement item?
Answer Hello Saber! Yes, the oven bake element WB44K5013 is the correct replacement bake element listed for your model JKP13G0T1BB. Thanks!
I have 2 wires red and yellow for part number wb44k5013 GE oven. Facing the oven, the red wire goes left or right?
Answer Hello Ron,
Since the elements are not polarized, it doesn't matter which side connects to where. I would connect the wires so they cannot contact the side of the ends of the element.
I have an older (probably 1989) wall oven (single) and both the broil element and the bake element have gone out. I have tried searching by model number only to keep getting the message that this model number is probably incorrect. What parts do I need to order?
Answer Hello Leslie. I brought up WB44K5013 as the bake element and WB44K5009 as the broil element. I didn't find the exact model number but the closest I found, which I believe is correct, was JRS04GP1. The other numbers were way off. For some reason, I have noticed that GE changes a lot of numbers when they can leave out 0's. If we can assist further, please let us know and have a great day!