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How can i change my omega oven element and how to i find out how many watts the old element is

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Hello,Is your element fixed to the back wall by (1)Two Phillips head screws or (2)the ends of the element are about "8" apart and held in with 2 clips.Switch off the power on the main switch board marked RANGE,STOVE OR OVEN.
In case of (1) unscrew and take the element out,pull off the 3 push on connectors,get new element and do it in reverse.
In case of (2) get a small screwdriver,push the clip just above the tube from the element going to the back and the clip should jump out,do the same for the other side,lift up the element a 1/4 and pull it out carefully not to loose the cable as they are very short


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