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Need part number for oven element

Oven element is not working and need part # to order another

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    Linda Power Mar 22, 2014

    Model # is CVDSC3674GSS - the model # above was posted in error

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Try a company called e spares on the internet give them the part no and they may have one

Posted on Apr 03, 2014

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there isn't a fuse. if you could confirm you have 240 volts going to the element that would tell you replacing the element should fix your issue

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