Question about Ovens
Heck yes why not(start by removing power to unit,then remove rear cover if it is not a front plug in element and remove 2 wiers connected to the elemene,then there are uasally 1 or 2 1/4" or 5/16" hex head screws in the oven compartment take these out and remove element,(some fiberglass insulation may hang onto it,just push that back into housing) reverse the order and you've got it,most tools are household, the nutdriver you may need to borrow from a friend. you need any more assistance let me know..congrats on being a D.I.Y. and good Luck!!! dan
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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