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Bake element got very bright then sparked and caught fire.

I ordered a new element. Should I be worried about anything else besides just replacing the bad element?

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Hi, Just go ahead and replace the old element. It happens with no real reason. The new element should work great.

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Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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