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Replacement of bottom oven element for Whirlpool oven

We have the replacement element but we can't get the old element out. Husband is an electrician.

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  • TQ27 Feb 26, 2008

    Hidden element. We gotit out using brute force, it had broken in two pieces and was getting caught on the way out. This is a European oven by the way, and the element comes out the back. I got it out in the end, hubby then fixed the oven all going well now. Thanks for the reply.


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    how do I replace the bottom element of oven?

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    How do I disconnect the two wires from the bottom element of oven to replace the element?

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    Cannot find contacts at back of oven when replacing broiler element.

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Its only screwed in to back wall no???if screws rusted well then drill htem out.hidden bake elemnet??hidden under oven cavity??in that case right side wall of unit comes off( a few screws down back side of panel and it removes from the side.(shut power first this element is always live!!!!!!!

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