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Re: I have a wirlpool oven thats thirty years old model...
Yes the elements are changeable .if you look in the rear of the oven where the elements go through the liner you will see screws Turn the power off to the oven after doing so remove the screws on the elements.GENTLY pull the element towards you you will see wires on the end of the element remove them and replace with new element.(SOMETIMES YOU WILL HAVE TO REMOVE BACK PANEL TO GET TO THESE WIRE JUST MAKE SURE POWER IS OFF TO OVEN BEFORE DOING ANY REPAIRS
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Hi You blew an element , look inside and you will see an element that has a burned spot very easy to repair, first of all was the over working or the broiler ? witch ever one was working when it made the snap is the one that burn out , First unplug the over in the rear pull out the racks so that you can see most ovens have two phillip head screws that hold the element in place , once the scres are removed pull the ellement towards you and you will see two wires , when holding the element remove the two screws fromt he back end of the element and install the new one in the same maner , this is a very easy job here is a web page that sells oven parts and they ship very fast , good luck and email me if needed , Guy http://www.appliancepartspros.com/
Hello- The motor has a plastic gear on the shaft that turns glass tray. These can crack or slip off the shaft and not engage the slots on tray. Check to see if gear is cracked or stripped. It may just be loose. Anyway, this part is less than 10$, so replace if it's bad. Let me know if this solves the problem. Have more info if needed- Thanks- Ed
If there is no slot for a screwdriver or cross point screwdriver, then, yes, it will be secured from the outside of the oven.
It will mean removing the rear panel, and possibly the top as well.
Hope this helps.
You said, We have an OLD (1950-60) Frigidaire wall oven, model # RBG-94. Bottom
heating element has gone out. Oven is still in good shape so we'd like
to be able to find an element replacement, but have had no luck finding
unfortunately, I am not able to find this part either. Anywhere. This oven is to old for parts. But most important is that it is causing you high utility rates! Today's appliances save you the arm and the leg that such an old oven is costing you. You have no idea how it is sucking your money out of your pocket! It is unfortunate, that no one told you about this years ago! You payed for more than one oven with your utility bill if you had it since it was new. My advice is do not put good money into bad! Shop for a new one and see your bills go down. my wife was telling me to replace the air and furnace for 7 years and I said, it's not broken. But it was over 20 years old. She was right, cause the new one saved me $100. a month! That means I threw away $7000. in 6 years with my old world attitude. Yes I am old fashion and always fix it! But after 25 years of marriage. i finally realized she is a good evaluator and I was a fool to not appreciate her gift for all these years! And out tons more money than I told you about!
Hope I saved you some bucks with my real life stories! Don't tell your wife!!! Huuum