Question about GE JKP15 Electric Single Oven
Is this easy to replace? I'm okay with fixing things on my own if someone can get me started on: - how to open up the oven. - anything to be aware of other than shutting off the power. Thanks
Hi Max447, For safety Reasons you should cut off the power at the Circuit breaker. Test the oven to see if you can turn it on before working on it. Nothing tough about removing the element. Open the door and remove the racks to give yourself room. Where the element connects to the wall, remove the fasteners, and pull the element out. To test the element. Use a Volt ohm Meter, and measure for resistance from terminal to Terminal. you should see at least 10 ohms. Check from Terminal to the metal of the elements to see if the element is grounded to the casing. You should not read resistance here, it should read infinite. You can get your parts at www.repairclinic.com
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
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