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Usually you just remove the cover if it has one, then unscrew it like any other light bulb. If its broken unplug the oven from the wall plug and carefully work the broken base loose. Pushing 1/2 a potato onto the broken parts of the bulb will help you to remove it. Just make sure the power to the stove is off!
Hi, If you have fuses on the stove have them checked and/or replaced with new ones.
You may have shorted out something when you made it wet.
Also check main power breaker if tripped. 115/230 volt breaker.
Hope that helps.
Hello- Glass bulbs don't make very good handles, do they? Find a good tech to check wiring behind bulb socket. May have burned a connection, and or grounded a wire somewhere. Electric ranges have two 110v circuits that work in combination. One is out. Let me know if info helps- have more if needed- Thanks- ED
Unplug the range. The oven temperature sensor has failed and must be replaced. Remove the racks. Remove the temperature sensor located up high on the back wall of the oven. It is a short thin round piece of metal.
you may have triped half your 220v breaker. (you should have shut it off when reparieng wire or it would have been live and zaped you) Or something in line with the wire that shorted blew out like a fuse in the range.
Unplug or flip breaker to the range. Remove wire around glass bulb protector by sliding one side out of clip while holding onto glass protector so it doesn't fall into the oven and break. Unscrew old bulb, replace with new one. Hold glass bulb protector over the bulb and hook wire back into its clip. Voila! Back in business. (I didn't unplug it, but discovered that you can't turn off the bulb, so it shines in your eyes while the oven door is open. Also, very stupid thing to do, since the bulb could very easily have broken in my very clumsy hand and given me a bad shock. So do it right, and unplug!)
heating elements are usually good or failed with nothing between so unlikely to be the element.
problem probably lies with the thermostat. to check, bypass the thermostat and check the oven gets really hot.