Question about Kenmore Kitchen Ranges
Depending on the age, model and manufacturer of your range, which I'm assuming is electric, it's fairly easy.
Most electric range ovens have the heating element that curves around to distribute heat, terminating into two leads within an insulated ceramic plug fixture. There are usually clips to hold the plug fixture into the plug, and typically some sort of clips to hold the upper broiling element in position.
If there is a lot of build-up within your oven, you may find it useful to clean it a bit near the plug, so that you can get to any clips which might be hidden.
Be careful not to flex the new element too much, as to cause any cracking, when replacing it.
I hope this helps! As always, more information up front provides better insight and solutions.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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