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Burnt Broiler element on a Explorer wall oven

This wall oven was purchased in San Francisco about 4 years ago. We were told it was manufactured in Italy!?! The broiler element has burnt and nobody seams to have a replacement or know where these explorer ovens are coming from. Hereare some specifics: serial # 348190319; 140 volts, 60 hz frequency, 2675 watts, 16 Amps.
Any help or direction would be much appreciated.
Thank you.
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Http://www.applianceaid.com/image/component1.JPG
for how to check the heating element(magnetron) of the oven click the link.

they are easy to replace. Usually you remove a few screws and them there are two wires you have to disconnect.
The element has a width (W) of 12 in. A length (L) of 16 in. a depth (D) of 1-1/2 in. and a terminal spread of 1-1/4 in.

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I think they have gone bust matey.

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These elements have universal or generic replacements, remove your element, 2 screws for the wires and take it to any local appliance parts retailer, they are all over, they will match it up and supply a comparable part.

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