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Replace the grill element in electrolux EOB847 fan oven

Bought new element but screws that fix element to rear do not have any slots for screwdriver?
How on earth do I get the old one off and new one affixed?
Why is nothing simple? :-)
David

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  • davidjn Feb 14, 2009

    They are definately screws as they are threaded. Bizarre. Perhaps I have to take the oven out and to access rear nuts?

  • davidjn Feb 14, 2009

    I'll try that - thank you very much for your help.

    David


  • Mark Egan May 11, 2010

    Are they rivets? If so, you will need to drill them out, and replace with screws.

    I would also check with the supplier of the element to see if this is the recommended replacement procedure.

    Reply back what you see and we will attempt to help you further.


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Yes, you do have to access from the back side.

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