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    • Part Number: AP2926637
    • MFG Part Number: 9750213
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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So does the bake element just pop out after removing the screws on it's mounting bracket and the new one pop in? Thus, you do not have to remove the back of the oven or anything complicated like that?

Tommy for Model Number KESC307GWH1

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The bake element is broken. Your part number is AP2926637. This is held in place in the oven with screws on a plate. What is involved in replacing the part - just removing screws, taking out old part, and screwing back in place the new part? Or does the element just pop in and out without removing the plate?

Tommy for Model Number KESC307GWH1

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Hello I have ordered the heating element and am now trying to install it ...I watched the video and am having trouble disconnecting the right wire...the left pulled right off , but for the life of me cannot get the left one off...any suggestions ? Thank you. Debbie P.S. This is a heating element for my stove.

Debra for Model Number part #9750213

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The baking element went bad in my convection oven. I have replaced it with part number AP2926637 however it still will not heat. I have checked the two connections twice to make sure I had them on good. It appears that I do. What else could be wrong. I tried heating the oven by using the convection but it still will not heat. The stove top works fine.

James for Model Number KERC 507 YWH2

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Oven heats up but only on higher temps. I first noticed problem with Raising Bread option - no heat whatsoever in that mode although convection fan works fine. And now it takes twice as long to get something baked. I am assuming this is the heating element that needs to be replaced but I wanted to verify this. Thanks.

Spokane Baker for Model Number KESC307BWH1

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Do you mean you have to take the back of the stove off to be able to get to the bottom heating unit of the oven to be able to get to the screws? My son is going to help me and I am very much a novice at this.

Phebe for Model Number KERC507YA13

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I need to remove the bake element. This oven is also a convection oven with internal fan. Do I have to remove the cover for this fan to get to the screws for the bake element or is it held on from the back of the oven. I can't see any screws for the bake element by looking in from the front. Thanks

Paul for Model Number KERT507Y WHO

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Can a baking heating element be bad even if it heats up but the oven does not reach the desired temperture during the pre heat cycle? I have tested the oven sensor and it is not bad. Thanks.

Dave for Model Number GR450LXHQ2

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Is their a cheaper heating element on the kitchenaid oven? Is there a universal one that can be used? The bake element.

Joan for Model Number kerh507ywho

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I had previously asked a question beacuse our oven would heat up but would not reach the desired pre set temperture during the normal pre-heat cycle. The bake element does get red (it does not stay red at the beginning of the pre-heat cycle)and the oven eventually reaches the desired temperture. I tested the temperture sensor with a muti meter and get the approaximately 1100 ohm reading at room temperture. Can an element be bad even if is heating up or is it something else? Thanks David

David for Model Number GR450LXHQ2

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