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I have a 17 year old Kenmore range Model 911-9504190. I need to replace the broil element which burned 3/4 of itself out until I switched off the breaker. Have located the part but not sure what the level of difficulty of replacement is. Can you advise me on that ?

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Very simple to change out.
With the range breaker turned off,remove the oven racks.
Unscrew the 2 fasteners holding the element to the back of the oven cavity.
Carefully pull the ends out of the holes.
Disconnect the wire from each end. Be careful not to let the wires fall back into the holes.
Connect the wires to the new element.
Insert the elemnt ends into the holes and re-fasten the screws.
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