Oven broiler element had burnt out
Scot M. • Flower Mound, TX • March 11, 2015
My Repair & Advice
Very simple replacement. Two warnings I read about first were good to know. The first, a simple basic safety reminder to those of us that get in a hurry to knock projects out - of course turn the power off to the oven before working. The second warning was to use wire ties or something similar to wrap on the wire leads that come out of the back of the oven, before disconnecting them from the old element. This keeps the leads from accidently dropping out of the holes and falling behind the oven. That would be a major problem if you have a built in oven as I do. Beyond that, the replacement took about 5 minutes, and new part works great.