Can you tell me the model number of a GE Spectra range that uses a WB44T10011 oven bake element, or the part number for the broil element? The model number tag is so worn I can't read it and all I can find is one tag. Thanks
Answer Hello Zelda,
I'm sorry but the model number will have to be from the units' I.D. tag. Sometimes you can shine a flashlight on the I.D. tag from the side and it will be visible enough to obtain. The other option is to carry the old broil element to an appliance dealership to match it with one they may have in stock.
I need the bake element but I can't find the part.
Answer Courtney, the bake element listed for your model is part number WB44T10011. Thanks.
I cleaned this oven/heating element and it no longer is heating. Is the 0 in the model # a zero or letter O? Could it be a fuse? What would the part # be?
You will want to test the oven bake element WB44T10011 to make sure that it is good. Check it for resistance. If the element checks ok then the oven control WB27T11311 would be the issue.