Question about Ovens
I believe the element has blown on the base of my oven. There is a hole where the element appears to have cracked open so Im going to try and replace this myself. I have purchased the new element and had a brief look at the set up inside the oven- can anyone give me a general idea on how I might go about this? Do I have to access the elements from the back of the oven? Is it a case of just unscrewing old elements and screwing in new ones?
firstly make sure the power is isolated before removing any panels.
sometimes the element will just screw out from the inside of the oven and should pull through into the oven compartment with the wires attached, simply remove the wires, replace the element and refit any panels.
hope this helps
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