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Bottom element broken

I have an electrolux EOU43002X dual oven and the bottom oven only has stopped producing any heat. I have been advised this is likely to be the element is this a major job to change? and which element do i need?

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Mark,

There should be an element on the top, used for broiling, and then one on the bottom. If you look inside the oven carefully at this element and the top as well, should should be able to see a small blown out spot, or even a break.

If you do, turn off the range at the breaker box, and two screws should take it out. Take that and the model number of your stove to an appliance parts dealer. It won't be very expensive, although he may have to order it in for you.

If the above is not the case please write back.

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Posted on May 16, 2009

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