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Oven Bake Element
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Fix Number FIX438018
Manufacturer Part Number 316075103
This genuine OEM bake element is located on the bottom of the oven cavity to supply heat for baking. The approximate size is 19-1/2 inches wide by 18-1/2 inches long and has 3-1/2 inch inserts. The element terminals are male quarter inch spade connectors and have push-on wire terminals. If your oven is not heating evenly, the element will not heat, or there is little to no heat when baking, you may need to replace the element. Please remember to disconnect the power to your oven before you start your repair. Next, remove the 2 screws securing the old element, pull it out, and discard. Connect the new element prongs where the old element fit and screw it back in place. This is a very simple repair that anyone can do.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Little to no heat when broiling
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Installation Instructions
Werkheiser from Saylorsburg, PA
Bake element broke
Extremely easy. I unscrewed two screws and pulled out old element and plugged in the new one. Pushed back in and screwed the screws back in. That's it Read more...
$32.70
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Infinite Burner Switch
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Fix Number FIX1145040
Manufacturer Part Number 316436001
The infinite burner switch is used to control the temperature of the burner element on your stove top. This model is for the larger, eight-inch element. If your burner is not heating up or has uneven temperatures, you should first check with a multimeter to see if the issue is with the element or with the infinite burner switch. If you need to replace the switch, first disconnect the power supply to your range. To change this part, you will need access to the back panel, so you will need to pull the appliance out from the wall. To complete the repair, you will need a pair of needle nose pliers, a number one square head screwdriver, and a Philips screwdriver. The specifications for this genuine OEM part are that the switch is 240-volt, 2100-2600 watt, and 8.8-10.8 amp.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when broiling
  • Oven is too hot
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Installation Instructions
Dan from RICEBORO, GA
8" burner on stove would go to high heat even if set on low.
Pulled stove out.
Disconnected plug.
Removed back upper cover (6 screws).
Removed upper and lower wiring harness (quite easy).
Removed burner knob (on front of stove), removed two screws holding infinite switch.
Removed old switch, replaced with new.
Replaced screws at front.
Replaced burner knob.
Reinstalled back plate, plug in, good to go.
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$13.02
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Oven Light Bulb
Fix Number FIX12751166
Manufacturer Part Number 316538904
Clear, 120 Volt, 40 Watt.
Installation Instructions
Chris from Lillington, NC
Broken bake element & light bulb
Turned of the power at the fuse box as the oven was hard wired to the electrical source and then removed the old element via the screws at the back of the oven. Disconnected the wires from the element and then reconnected those to the new element. Screwed the element base to the back wall of the oven and then replaced the light bulb. Read more...
$35.94
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Temperature Sensor
Fix Number FIX1528542
Manufacturer Part Number 316490000
This temperature sensor detects the temperature within the oven cavity.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Oven is too hot
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Installation Instructions
Greg from Belle Plaine, KS
Oven was inconsistent on heat, typically way over-heating
Replacing the oven probe is very straightforward, I tested the old one with a multi-meter after pulling the range out (had to disconnect the gas line and unplug the range...the most difficult part of the repair, lol!) and determined it was bad; purchased the new one from this site. The probe is located in the back of the oven, easy to see once the rear shroud was taken off the range (6 screws), especially having the new one in hand and knowing what to look for. One screw held it in place, and there is a single plug to disconnect. Installation is the reverse of removal. Pushed the range back into place, reconnected the gas line and plugged it in. Repair was perfect. Saved a ton of money, for sure! Read more...
$41.19
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Infinite Burner Switch - Small Element - 240V
Fix Number FIX1145039
Manufacturer Part Number 316436000
This switch controls the stove top surface burner.
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Installation Instructions
Randy from Gray Court, SC
Stove top burner uncontrollable
In plunged stove, removed upper back panel, removed knob for eye, removed two screws for switch, replace switch, reassembled stove, less then 5 min of work Read more...
$47.78
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Oven Rack
Fix Number FIX1765356
Manufacturer Part Number 316496201
This is a replacement rack for your oven. The oven rack fits into grooves on the side of the oven wall, and acts as a shelf that you can place food items on when you want to cook them in the oven. This rack is 24 inches wide and 16 inches long, and is chrome in color. Occasionally, the rack will become warped or distressed, or it may be missing from your oven. In these cases, it will need to be replaced. To replace the rack, simply slide out the old rack and replace it with the new one.
$102.80
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Bottom Panel
Fix Number FIX977589
Manufacturer Part Number 316400601
This is used as the "floor" of the oven cabinet. Note: Does not come with rivets or screws. Must be purchased locally.
Installation Instructions
Jerry from Crawfordville, FL
Bottom or floor pan had corrosion holes from burned food
Very straight forward. Remove two thumb screws (they were tight so had to use a screw driver), one in each rear corner of pan. Use small screw driver to lift rear of pan enough to clear oven lights then push to the rear until the pan clears the front panel lip. Clean threads on screws so they reinstall with less effort. Reverse pan removal to install new pan. Read more...
$108.85
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Broil Element
Fix Number FIX439671
Manufacturer Part Number 316203200
This broil element is located on the top inside the oven.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Little to no heat when broiling
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Installation Instructions
David from Waukesha, WI
Broiler and Baking Elements did not heat
We followed the video provided. We unplugged the unit, removed the back plate of the range, unhooked the wiring to the baking and broiling elements. Then from the front of the range removed the screws holding the broiling element up and removed the screws to the broiler element and baking element. We then installed the new elements, reattached the wiring and put the back plate back on. Extremely easy task. The video was extremely helpful. Thank you so much. It made the job very easy. It was my sister's range and she did it all. What does that say. Read more...
$111.31
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Radiant Element with Limiter - 1200W
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Fix Number FIX1528719
Manufacturer Part Number 318178110
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Installation Instructions
James Del from WOLCOTT, CT
replaced a dead burner
lifted the top of the range by removing two middle screws & the top went right up. I held it up by using a two by four. push out two clips from the burner and once the burner is out from it's holder remove the heat clips and put them on the new burner. piece of cake ; even a computer geek can do it. easy!!!!!!!! Read more...
$154.11
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Dual Radiant Surface Element
Fix Number FIX2581758
Manufacturer Part Number 316282000
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Chris from Dayville, CT
Burner would not turn on/ hot surface light always on
My issue ended up being more than just the burner, but it was all an easy repair. For about a year the "hot surface" light would stay on long after the cooktop had cooled. Then one day the burner just stopped working. (More on that later but my inexperience led me to just order the burner assuming that was the only problem) The burner I removed was not necessarily bad but the temp sensing element which was made of glass had shattered presumably the reason that light would never turn off. I might have been able to just replace the temp sensing probe but I had the new burner in hand and needed my stove up and running. Two screws hold down the glass surface, then you can raise it just like a car hood. Used a piece of wood to prop it up, there is a brace holding the burners in place. You need to take out the pair to access the burner you want to replace. Make note of the holes everything is screwed/clipped in to so the new one goes in exactly the same. There is a great video on youtube I found when searching for "Frigidaire burner replacement" that was step bystep exactly what i encountered on my repair. Once i got the new burner in I was surprised to find it didn't light. I used an ohm meter to test everything and it all looked good at the burner. I pulled the top back panel behind my controls and found a corroded and broken wire on the controls for that burner. My guess is all that time of that probe being broken caused there to be current through that line and fried the wire. Either way it was a quick splice and the new burner fired right up and has been working great ever since. I was especially happy that the new temp probe was metal and not glass so I hopefully don't run into this problem again. Read more...

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