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The heating element on my Frigidaire RBE-97N has cracked and broken. How easy or hard is it to replace it?

I assume it is the bake element. These are very easy to replace. make sure the power is off and you can access the screws from the oven cavity. remove the screws, pull gently on the element. If the wires are long enough you should be able to disconnect them or unscrew the wires from the terminals. reattach the wires to the new element. reinsert it back in place and there you go.

Nov 24, 2013 | Frigidaire Ovens

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F8 code; IR element will not heat up

If you are getting convection heat. I would say it is a bad IR element. Visually inspect the IR element. Sometimes the wires going into the side will be burned and broken. You could also check continuity going through the IR element or ohm it out.
It is rare for those relays not to provide heat. Ive had a bunch stick on. Put anything is possible.

Mar 05, 2013 | TurboChef TORNADO Electric Oven

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Baking & broiling elements won't heat after baking element burned out and was replaced.

the surge from the original element burning out has destroyed the control board if you can't hear the relays on the board clicking when you power up the elements bake or broil then its either the low voltage side of the board,if you hear clicking then the relays are working but the contacts are burned out and can't pass the current to heat the oven or briol elements

Jan 04, 2013 | Jenn-Air Ovens

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Bake element fell apart. Changed it out with replacement element (Emerson CH 5862 PCN 458580, 240Volts, 2800 Watts) Still does not work.

As a general rule, when you change an oven element, you should change the thermostat as well as the element failing can sometimes take out the thermostat as well. (Info. courtesy of a NEFF engineer many years ago as they always change both if an element fails).
If you haven't done so, I would suspect the thermostat.

Feb 06, 2010 | Ovens

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Oven won't heat up

Ok, this is a definite element malfunction. you can confirm this by using a multimeter and connecting the meter to the terminal points on the element. once connected, turn on the heating cycle and if you can register a reading and the element dosen't light or produce any heat, this will confirm element failure and you will need to replace it.

Please rate and god bless:)

Apr 20, 2009 | Ovens

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Bottom Element Open Circuit & Fan Element not working

No resistance in a bake element is a bad element. Replace it.
Most fan come on with a rise in heat. No heat/no fan.

Apr 08, 2009 | DeLonghi Ovens

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Oven heating element

Hello rvready

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 one.

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!!!

Oct 17, 2008 | Ovens

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Bake element does not heat

After removing the racks, rack rails and the back plate I removed the 2 screws the hold the bake element. Lifting the front of the bake element up and carefully pulling the element out and gently moving the element so the connector clear the hole I was able to disconnect the wire. After testing for continuity with an ohm meter (non found) I determined the element need to be replaced. $37 and 45 minutes total.

May 28, 2008 | Thermador SC272T Electric Double Oven

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Frigidaire GM deluxe electri dean (electric oven wall unit)

if you feel through the insulation you can find the two wires that attach to the element pull them through to plug the element back on but there is no plug per say but first are you sure the element is good were there no wires on the element when you removed it should have been two spade connectors with wires on them attached to the element hold my rating till you reply

Jan 11, 2008 | Frigidaire FEB27S5A Electric Single Oven

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