Question about Kitchen Ranges
Please follow the below procedure for changing the element for your Range:
Disconnect the Power first then:
1) Remove oven racks, remove the mounting screws from the element mounting plate, found against the back wall of the range oven liner.
2) Pull defective element away from the back of the oven wall as far as the wire will allow ( the odd time, the wires may be too short and you may have to disconnect the wires from the element at the back of the range ).
3) Remove wire lead screws from the element.
4) Replace the element and reconnect the leads ( if only two wires going to the element, it does not matter which goes on left or right wire terminal ).
5) Tuck surplus wire behind insulation.
6) Line up holes and reinstall new element using existing screws.
Please do accept the solution and revert for further assistance.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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