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Ge broil element replacement

I need a broil element replacement done. is this something that i can do on my own or should it be done by a professional? model jmp28 drop in.
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You can do it your self, just TURN OFF POWER FIRST!!!!!< wires to elemnt are ALWAYS LIVE!!!!!, screws remove it form the rear of unit, pull gnetly and there eshould be enought wire to pull out, if not , youll need to remove hte unit forom install to get behind to acess the wiring

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