Question about Maytag MER6772 Gemini Electric Kitchen Range
The lower heating element in the lower oven is non-operative. Is it likely a faulty element or something else? Is replacing the element difficult to do for a do-it-you-self homeowner?
Depending on type of unit. most of the time they are very easy to change out.. look at element locate two screws. go shut off breaker to oven.. make sure its has no power. after removing screws element should come out fairly easy.. make sure not to let wires fall back inside unit. if so not to worry. just pull unit out from wall and remove back panel. push wire back through. hope this helps
Posted on May 15, 2008
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