Question about Maytag MER6772 Gemini Electric Kitchen Range
I have looked everywhere to find out how to remove the heating element in my oven. My oven is actually a different model #MER5755QAS but it is a Maytag. I just need to now how to get into, I guess the rear of the cabinet to disconnect the element.
We have a maytag stove and we cleaned our oven on the self clean cycle a week ago. I used the oven once since we cleaned it. today we went to use the oven again, and the oven will not heat and the broiler will not come on either....seems funny that both would quit working at the same time.....any suggestions....
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
How can I loosen the element from the terminals
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
Doinit, kill the power to the range first. On your posted model, looks like you have a element cover. There should be two screws in the back of the oven cover, remove them and then lift the cover up from the back side. Once you lift it up slide the front out toward the back. Now you can see the element. Remove the screws holding the element in. The element will now pull foward exposing the terminals. Change the element and reverse the process. Make sure you don't loose the element wires back into the insulation once you remove the old element, otherwise you are going to have to fish them out. Catriver.
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
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