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    • Part Number: AP5642027
    • MFG Part Number: TJMA02875-1
    • Made by: Pro
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After turning the oven off we noticed a bright burning glow on the left side of the baking element. It continued burning on the left side of the element with sparks until we unplugged the stove. I am also concerned that a relay switch might not be functioning properly. We waited 30 minutes and plugged in the stove. There was no activity in the baking element. We did not try the oven again for fear it would start burning again. Please advise.

John W for Model Number TES355KT

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My dishwasher's heating element burned out and burned the terminals as well. How do I install these into my model FDB1050REC0?

Katherine for Model Number FDB1050REC0

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When I had the oven on, I noticed one day that the bake element was glowing brighter in the back near where it connects to the oven. A couple of days later I was baking something and a loud roar came from the oven and I saw sparks flying from the bottom of the oven and the breaker tripped. The element had burned completely in two, right where I had seen it glowing bright. I wondered if I could just replace the element or if I need to buy a new stove.

Marilyn A for Model Number MEF305PBWJ

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My Frigidaire oven will not heat up. We tried replacing the heating element but that is not the problem When we try to set the temp. it lights up clicks a couple of times and that's all it does. the top of the stove works fine. I don't want to start buying a lot of things when we don't know what is wrong our stove is about 4 years. old. I don't remember the oven thermostat clicking when we would turn the oven on before

Paula

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We're having a problem with the "bake" feature on the oven. The bottom element heats up slow (like 10minutes for 10-20 degrees and it tops out at around 200). How do I tell if its an issue with the element, the connector clips, or the thermostat? The broil feature, top element, and all the burners work fine and it was an "all of a sudden" kind of a failure.

Jeff for Model Number MER5530AAL

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The oven heats, but falls short of the proper temp. that it's set for. I checked with a manual thermometer in the oven, setting on the oven was 350 and the actual reading was 275. How do I determine if it's the element or temp sensor?

Guy for Model Number MER5770AAW

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The quantity for the clips, for my oven element says one. Is this for one clip or for one set of clips?

Tammye

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The bottom heating element broke on my oven, can I just replace it or is it more complicated?

Jessie for Model Number FEF368GBA

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I need a bottom heating element for my old frigedaire wall oven.

Lindsay W. for Model Number RBB-90WH

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My oven made a pop and the bottom element was hot in one spot,now neither element gets hot. Do I replace both elements?

Donald for Model Number fef365asd

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