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Need to change grill elements.

How? I have new elements so can see 2 spade connectors on each but do you have to do anything other than unscrew one crosshead screw, remove and refit?

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  • moulesi Apr 08, 2009

    mine had twin elements, first one changed no problem, when fitting 2nd one one of the spade connecters disappeared back through the whole and i cannot retrieve it, looked behind cooker and cannot remove plate to get to wires, can anyone help?

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Yes, just like that,but make sure there is no electricity, unplug the stove.

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Firstly isolate the power to your cooker
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