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Bake Element How would bake element (AP374912) for 30" oven be installed?

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Not that easy... we did that and did not realize there were wires attached. It sparked and shut the oven off. How can I install it safely? Do I need to hire an expert... not that simple

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Un screw it and put the new one in.

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