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Zanussi built in oven model no. ZDQ595X the heating element needs changing. I have removed 2 screws, should it now just pull out ?

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No you will have to disconnect the wire and any other source of power supply

then you will have to remove it carefully and also make sure that locking key (screw)are screw out it might be more than two screws

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