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My frigidaire electric oven turned itself off

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SOURCE: Frigidaire FEB27T5D Electric Dbl Oven oven does not get hot

replace the upper oven calrod element it is an easy job just unplug the range turn the range around remove the back plate loosen the element wires from the element remove the element from the front any parts supply will have your replacment part such as www.applianceparts.com

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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