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Hello there: Here is the info and a pict for you this is from repair clinic.com all you have to do is enter the model number you supplied to me and the parts list is listed for this oven Item # 1028468Price $50.15In Stock? YesOven bake element assembly with push-on terminals Recommended related tool(s): 1164336Qty Order now and this item will ship tomorrow.Or it'sFREE!
The lower element if your BAKE element. You can find replacement parts on line at searspartsdirect.com. Just type in your model number (located on a nameplate around the oven door opening or lower drawer opening) and look under the various headings on the next page. Another great site that offers competitive pricing is repairclinic.com. Sometimes their parts are cheaper. Use the Sears website for correct part identification as they have excellent component locater drawings to assist you. Once you get a price, however, compare to see if you can save.
depending on type of unit. most of the time they are very easy to change out.. look at element locate two screws. go shut off breaker to oven.. make sure its has no power. after removing screws element should come out fairly easy.. make sure not to let wires fall back inside unit. if so not to worry. just pull unit out from wall and remove back panel. push wire back through. hope this helps
Our 7 year old "Jenn-Air Convection Oven", Canadian Model # SVE47600 also has a very dim display. We can barely read the temperature on the oven. Does anyone know what is wrong, how to fix it, and what it may cost us?
Call avantiproducts.com sales (service didn't work) and get a replacement bake element. It was about $35 including shipping. Download the manual from the site and study the structure. Uncover the back cover using standard phillips screw. TO DO THIS, SHUT DOWN YOUR HOME BREAKER AND MAKE SURE THE OVEN OPERATION LUMP DOES NOT LIGHT. OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE EXPOSED TO HIGH VOLTAGE. Additionaly use multimeter to make sure the voltage is not there. Remove back inner cover. You can't remove this inner cover completely because of the thermostat line but try to make a work space in the lower part of the oven. The bottom element cover can be uncovered readily without any screw or pin. At this point you have access to baking element from the bottom of the oven. Loosen two nuts to remove the bad element. Reverse the procedure to install the new element.