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THE BURNER ON MY WHIRLPOOL CERAMIC STOVE WILL NOT HEAT UP

I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO CHANGE THE HEATING ELEMENT

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  • Thomas Malailua
    Thomas Malailua May 11, 2010

    its not hard.kill power.then underneath the front of your range above the door is some screws remove and the top lifts up like on hinges.take apart the wire harness and remove the green ground strap.now lift top of range and place upside down on a table.now transfer your new element and reverse what you did to reinstall

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Open the oven door and look up across the front for 4 screws.
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