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How difficult is it to replace the coil in the bottom oven?
Answer Hello! You will have to disconnect power. Remove the two mounting screws holding the element. Carefully pull the element out until you can get to the wire terminals. Unplug the wires from old element and plug them into the new element. Re-install the element to the back wall. Don't forget to reconnect the power. Hope this helps!
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We replaced the bottom stove burn element. The oven heats up to the temperature fine but the food is not cooking all the way thru. Any suggestions. I have tested this with foods and end up using the top oven unit to finish cooking the dish.
Answer Baffled Baker,
You will want to check the oven sensor to ensure that it is good. You would want to do a resistance check on the sensor and at room temperature of 77 degrees should read 1090 ohms. If not the sensor would need to be replaced.