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JBS55DM2BB wiring for the Heater Element PART NUMBER: WB30T10129 wiring burnt out it looks as though replaceable unit.

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Have hotpoint single oven ,oven does,nt seem to get up to temp ie had it on full power 250 and placed a oven thermometer in and it only reached 150 any idea.nige


either the thermostat is faulty or the heating element is playing up ,check the wires as well in case you have a burnt/corroded terminal on the heater unit which is holding the amperage back

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Maytag Model MEW6530 Baking Element


Theck the thermostate, the thermostat is the circuit that activates the heating, and power the baking element , when this is faulty there is no heat or low it, give it a check.

If you need to buy the replacement part, or to locate the thermostat, check on this website, they provide exploded view, so that you can locate the part.

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Burnt out lower oven heating element


Elements are fairly easy the replace,what needed to be done to replace it is TURN OFF THE CIRCUIT BREAKER and look on the back wall of oven you will see a metal bracket either in the center or at left/right side of back wall remove the screws from those brackets and pull the element out remove the wires from it and install the new one in reverse order
To order the part look around the door and find the label with the FULL model number and look in the phone book and find a appliance parts retailer in your area

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Have a frigidaire oven, model# PLES389ECE. Broiler heating heats up but lower (bake) element does not. Element need replacing?


mos likely yes... but to confirm is very easy... unplug unit or turn circuit breaker off... in the oven with door open you will see the back of bake element where it goes into oven wall a couple of screws remove them and you should be able to gently pull element out...there are 2 terminals connected to element with a wire attached to each of them... first we are making sure the wire hasn't burnt off or cam edisconnected and second we can remove wires and use a volt meter and test power... set it up so you don't get electricuted and tuen oven on bake 350 do you have power coming to the wires with element diconnected from wires...if so then you have a bad element if not then a bad thermal cutooff usually located in back of unit ... good luck to you...

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My oven will not heat up. When I turn the oven on the lights indicate that the oven is on but it never heats up. The stove works fine.


check the back element to see if it is burnt out ...this is most likley the problem use a flash light to inspect ..to replace the element unplug range..remove racks remove the 2 screws holding the element.. in the back of oven..remove screws on the element to dissconnect the wires ../install new element ..take the back off the range to view all them wires an switches inspect all the wires an switches ..look for burnt wires or broken wires .P/S inspect all wires an connections if bake element looks fine ...good luck ,.let me know if you need more help../joe/

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Replaced a burnt bake element in my stove and there is no electricity being sent to the bake element. All other functions (broil, burners) are working problem.


Can you provide a Make and Model please?

Many bake element power wires have an inline fuse wrapped in tape. If you can locate a bulge in the wire between the element and the control it is probably an inline fuse. You wil have to probably cut open the wrapping to gain access to the fuse. This may not be the solution for your unit but take a look for the bulge.

Kelly

Feb 09, 2010 | Ovens

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Need to replace baking unit on Hotpoint range


Hello,

Difficult is a relative question, I don't think it's very difficult though.

**First-Unplug the unit from the wall, or shut off any power to the unit.**

All you should need is a robertson screwdriver, perhaps a philips and slotted depending on the existing screw heads (square,star and flat) Remove the two screws at the back of the element bracket. Once they are removed, carefully pull the element a couple of inches from the oven cavity, there will be 2 wires connected to it. Hopefully the wires will be long enough to allow you to do this from the front, if not you'll need to remove the back panel of the range. If you have wires long enough you can proceed to remove them and install the new element in the reverse procedure.

You may also require a pair of pliers as well to remove/install the screws on the bake element, hold the connector with the pliers, and turn the screw with the driver so as not to twist the connector in a circle and hence ruining your new element.

*Note; inspect the connections of the wires to the element, if they look burnt, cracked, or just barely hanging on, replace them. you'll need to purchase (if you haven't already) a wire stripper/crimper and some new fittings. Make sure the new fittings/connectors are of the "hi-temp" (usually chrome/nickle plated) variety. Regular metal connector's will fatigue in a short time, relative again to how often the bake is used.

hope that helps, let me know if you need any further assistance.

Good Luck :)

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Lower oven does not work. Ind. light comes on but no heat


It sounds like your heater element is burnt out. Get a volt meter.unplug the stove.take off the back,disconnet one of the wires connected to the element and test it. It should read aproximately 11 ohms if good. if a high or no readind,the element needs replacing.

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GE Profile JT952 Double Wall Oven


Hi there,

sounds like the heater element needs replacing. But before replacing it or buying one would be a good idea to check your power point (wall socket) to make sure it is okay. Then check the oven wires to make sure there are no burnt or broken wires. Check for fuses that might have blown - some ovens do have fuses. After checking all of these you will need to check to see if you have power getting to the element. If not chances are you have a faulty switch. If you are getting power to the element chances are the element is faulty and will need replacing. Hope this helps.

Regards
Bryan

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Belling Synergie fan oven.


the elemet has burned out round the fan

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