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Light Bulb - 40W
Fix Number FIX217532
Manufacturer Part Number 40A15
This 40-Watt lightbulb is sold individually and is a genuine OEM replacement option for your home appliances. It is specially designed to withstand extreme temperatures, so this bulb is compatible with a variety of appliance types including refrigerators, ranges, microwaves, and dryers. It features a frosted glass bulb with a standard metal socket base, which allows you to easily unscrew the burnt-out light and twist the new bulb into place. Depending on your appliance, there may be a guard or cover protecting the lightbulb, in which case you may require additional tools to remove the cover. We recommend disconnecting the power supply to your appliance before changing the lightbulb.
Installation Instructions
Jeffrey from SEATTLE, WA
Bake element replacement
1. Turn of over power at the breaker.
2. Remove bake element cover. There's 2 quarter inch nuts.
3. Disconnect old element. For me there was not much play in the wires so when I disconnected the old element I lost the wire in the insulation. If this happened you can remove the central plate cover on the back of the oven and you can easily find the wires again.
4. Connect the replacement element.
5. Screw the bake element cover back in.
6. Turn power back on.
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$55.71
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Bake Element - 220V 2300W
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Fix Number FIX249466
Manufacturer Part Number WB44X5082
The bake element provides heat to your range in order to cook your food. If your oven is not heating or has inconsistent temperatures, it may be time to replace the element. This is a genuine OEM replacement part for your range that measures approximately 15-1/4 inches long and 18-1/4 inches wide. It is a closed hinged style of element and is 220 volts and 2300 watts. Be sure to disconnect the power supply to your range before beginning this repair.
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
Stephen from Davie, FL
Element not fully heating
Removed 4 screws and old element. Installed new one. Simple. Remember to flip the circuit breaker first. Read more...
$22.55
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Temperature Sensor
Fix Number FIX10059162
Manufacturer Part Number WB21X22134
If your oven is running hot, not heating evenly, not coming up to temperature, or just not heating up at all, there may be an issue with the temperature sensor. This sensor is usually found in the back of the oven or fitted onto the broil assembly, and is used to measure the temperature inside the cavity of the oven. It then sends that information back to the electronic control, which adjusts the temperature as necessary. If you need a new sensor, this is a genuine OEM replacement part. Before beginning the repair, be sure to disconnect the power supply to your oven, along with the gas if applicable.
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
Stuart from Parrish, FL
Oven temperature was erratic and finally would not preheat.
I was lucky to stumble on this website. There seemed to be many with the same problem. I ordered the part and hoped for the best. It arrived and I installed just as others had described. First, I unplugged the range. Removed the back cover (a central panel) with 4 screws. Familiarized myself with the plug-in thermal sensor. Went around front and loosened the single set screw for the probe (near the top of oven). Threaded the bad element out and rethreaded the new element from the front. In back, reinstall the plastic plug-in connector. Tightened set screw in the oven, plugged it in and tested. It worked! Put the back on and it was done. It took 31 minutes. Actually took longer to clean behind the stave than the repair. Thanks to all for advice. Read more...
$62.61
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Flat Style Oven Igniter Kit
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Fix Number FIX231280
Manufacturer Part Number WB13K21
If the oven in your gas range is not heating, there may be an issue with your igniter. This part is used to light the oven burner by igniting the gas. If you notice that it is glowing, but there is still no heat in your oven, your igniter may not be strong enough and needs to be replaced. This genuine OEM parts kit includes a mounting bracket, a wire connector with a plug, and the igniter which measures about 3-3/4 of an inch. Before starting this repair, please ensure that you disconnect both the power and the gas supply to your appliance. Note that you may need to splice the connector plug to the range wiring using porcelain wire nuts. When completing this repair, please be very careful not to touch the black element part of the igniter as it is very fragile.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Element will not heat
  • Gas igniter glows, but will not light
  • Gas smell
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Installation Instructions
tom from Paso Robles, CA
oven wouldn't light
we opened the bottom drawer halfway, took off the cover plate on the bottom inside of the oven. removed the electric covers at the back. removed the old igniter. bolted the new igniter in it's place and snapped the electric fitting back together. We did not turn off the gas or unplug the unit, since there were no bare wires on this brand unlike the models that use twist nuts. You definitely need a flashlight and someone with a flexible back, half an hour from start to finish Read more...
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Light Cover
Fix Number FIX247415
Manufacturer Part Number WB36X192
$6.68
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RECEPTACLE PUSH-IN
Fix Number FIX752188
Manufacturer Part Number WB08T10026
This part is the replacement light socket for your oven. The oven light socket provides power to the light, and at the same time holds the light bulb in place.
Installation Instructions
Vernon from Houma, LA
I Was Changing The Light Bulb And I Broke The Oven Light Socket
I also had to change the oven control panel, every thing went well thanks again for the info. Read more...
$16.29
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Drip Bowl - 8 Inch
Fix Number FIX244395
Manufacturer Part Number WB31T10011
This is a 10-inch chrome drip bowl intended to fit an 8-inch burner. This bowl is used to catch drips from food cooking on the oven element. This bowl might burn, become rusty, and just generally wear with time, and will need to be replaced. Please note that this drip bowl is sold individually, so if you would like to order more drip bowls for your appliance they will need to be ordered separately. To access the drip bowl, you will need to remove the elements. To replace the bowl, line up the hole with the terminal block where the element plugs into.
Installation Instructions
Jeffrey from SEATTLE, WA
Bake element replacement
1. Turn of over power at the breaker.
2. Remove bake element cover. There's 2 quarter inch nuts.
3. Disconnect old element. For me there was not much play in the wires so when I disconnected the old element I lost the wire in the insulation. If this happened you can remove the central plate cover on the back of the oven and you can easily find the wires again.
4. Connect the replacement element.
5. Screw the bake element cover back in.
6. Turn power back on.
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Bake Element - Push On Terminals - 240V
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Fix Number FIX249286
Manufacturer Part Number WB44T10011
The bake element sits at the bottom of the oven to provide heat for cooking and baking. You may need to replace the element if you notice your oven is not coming up to temperature, has hot spots, or if the element has shorted out or is arcing. A multimeter can be used to determine if there is an electrical issue with your element. If you need to replace the element, be sure to disconnect the power to your appliance before beginning this repair. This is a genuine OEM part which measures approximately 20 inches in length, 18 inches wide, and is made of metal. It has two terminals that fit into the power source receptacle found at the back of the oven. When replacing the element, be careful to keep the terminal wires from falling through into the back of the oven.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Oven is too hot
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Installation Instructions
Linda from Citrius Springs, FL
Bake element started to spark and flames shot up in the oven and the element split (just a little frightening)
first I shut the breaker off for the stove, then removed the oven racks. I removed the two torx head screws from the bracket holding the element in place. I then gently pulled the element out from the wall of the stove. There are two flat plug in connectors that you pull off to disconnect the element (this can be a little difficult because they are small connectors.) Remove the old element and plug in the new element and slide it back into the oven wall and replace the screws. (HINT you can do this from the back of the stove much easier) once you remove the back on the stove the two plug in connectors are right at the bottom with orange and yellow connector wires, if you do it this way just unplug the element and slide it out of the oven and then slide the new one in and replace the connectors, replace the two screws in the oven and replace the back of the stove. Turn the breaker back on and its done. The new element works great and arrived nicely package Read more...
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Drip Bowl - 6 Inch
Fix Number FIX244394
Manufacturer Part Number WB31T10010
This is a genuine replacement drip bowl, that measures 6 inches in internal diameter to match the burner, but actually measures closer to 8 inches in diameter in total to its outer edge. If this part is worn, damaged or beyond cleaning, this replacement part can provide an inexpensive and simple facelift to your range. This part is sold individually, but this might be a good opportunity to inspect the other drip bowls on your appliance and replace at the same time. This is a quick and easy repair that does not require any tools. Start by removing the element from the stove top using your hands. Insert the new bowl, making sure it is aligned to where the element is plugged in and reassemble the element.
Installation Instructions
Jeffrey from SEATTLE, WA
Bake element replacement
1. Turn of over power at the breaker.
2. Remove bake element cover. There's 2 quarter inch nuts.
3. Disconnect old element. For me there was not much play in the wires so when I disconnected the old element I lost the wire in the insulation. If this happened you can remove the central plate cover on the back of the oven and you can easily find the wires again.
4. Connect the replacement element.
5. Screw the bake element cover back in.
6. Turn power back on.
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$47.84
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Broil Element
Fix Number FIX249411
Manufacturer Part Number WB44X173
The depth of the screw-on terminals is 2-3/4 inches and they are 1-1/4 inches apart. Does NOT include mounting bracket.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Little to no heat when broiling
  • See more...
Installation Instructions
Matt from Larkspur, CO
Broil element no longer worked
Turn the power to the stove off first. Make life easy on yourself, remove the door before you start. I removed the 2 screws at the rear of the oven holding the element to the wall first. Then removed the 2 screws holding the element to the top of the oven. Then I pulled the element towards the front to expose the 2 power wires connecting the element. Do not let the wires slip back thru the wall of the oven. Remove the 2 screws and discard them, new ones are provided. Reattach the wires using the stubby to the new element. Reverse the steps to assemble. You can do it! Read more...

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