Question about Crosley Kitchen Ranges
Posted by Anonymous on
Google "appliance parts" and have your model number handy.
If it's no longer available, remove the old one and take it to a hardware or home improvement store and match it up. Generally they're electrically the same as the ones used on furnaces. The most common difference is the copper tube length. If you don't see the exact length, get one that's longer and just coil the excess.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not at all hard to replace just have a few small wrenchs on hand 10mm 7/16 maybe 1/2 in and screw driver. how do you know its a thermocouple problem, theremocouple are on commercial ovens and basic ranges usually a domestic range has a glow coil operating oven and not a thoemocouple
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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