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Heating element has blown IRCA Type RL6 1800W Remove back panel unscrew 2 screws remove the 3 conected cables open oven door remove 2 screws at rear of oven that holds faceplate in place remove face plate and take old element out and replace with a new element
NORMALLY THERE ARE SCREWS TO REMOVE TO ACCESS A PANEL TO REMOVE THE LIGHT BULB. IF THERE ARE NOT, THEN THE EXTERIOR COVER MAY NEED TO BE REMOVED TO ACCESS THE LIGHT BULB. THIS EXTERIOR COVER HAS SCREWS.
MAKE SURE YOUR CIRCUIT BREAKER IS OFF BEFORE YOU TRY TO REPLACE THE BULB.
Yes you can - yes it is worth it. First unplug or turn the breaker off to your unit. The bottom bake element is held in by 2 screws at the back of the oven. remove both of them and gently pull out the element a little. there are 2 wires attached to the element either by 2 more screws or push in connectors.
A lot of the time you can see where the element is burned out but sometimes you may have to check it for continuity with an ohm meter to tell if it is bad.
It sure can. Whirlpool has some wonderful appliances and their ovens have a very large capacity for your Thanksgiving turkey or what ever you cook. The best of luck to you and enjoy your huge new 30" oven.
The glass lens cover for the bulb is usually screwed into the socket so turn it counter clockwise and see if it comes off. When replacing the light bulb, press the door switch to ensure no power is going ot the bulb socket to prevent it from damaging the new bulb.