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Heating elements The right heating element does not light up on low setting, but the left one lights up at the hight setting.. I asume the right element is out. I can't figure how to get the element out to replace it. The box says you don't need any tool; I tried to twist it like you do on neon lights but it isn't working. can you explain how to do this and ALSO WHERE CAN I BY A REPLACEMENT? Thank you Ken Duewell E-Mail krdue2@sbcglobal.net

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  • kendue Feb 19, 2008

    pushing forward or back did not remove this element; the way it is removed is to push down on the element tube, the base retracts down ;therefore once pushed down it releases from he top,;very easy.

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Is this one of those quartz type elements? If so I think you push it one way, forward or back to remove. Try a local appliance parts supply for the part.

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    Rob Luna Feb 19, 2008

    I asked what type element was first first, in case you didn't notice. But thanks for the rating anyway. This is why most questions go unanswered, not enough info. is given.

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