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Manufacturer #: 318255006 /
Manufactured by: Frigidaire /
Fix #: FIX3633414
Manufacturer #: 318255006 |
Manufactured by: Frigidaire |
Fix #: FIX3633414
Removed the back panel checked for power at the base of element, had 240 volts so knew element was burnt out. Replaced element with new one from Parts Select by unplugging the wires from old element and removing 2 screws inside oven and replacing 2 screws and plugging wires into the new element. Works fine now.
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1) Remove two screws holding element to back of oven. 2) Gently pull element towards you to expose wires connected to element. 3) Unplug wires from element. Reverse these instructions with new element.
Gave the unit to my tenant.
I turned off power. Unscrewed element inside the over. I removed the back panel of stove to reach connection easier. Disconnected old element and removed it. placed new inside pushed ends through cotton insulation screwed to inside then went to back of stove connected new element to connectors. replaced back panel. turned on power, then oven. voila!!
Turned off the power at junction boxes. With a Phillips head screwdriver removed 2 screws, pulled the element forward, uncoupled the two power wires from the element. Positioned the new element in the oven ensuring the element was "level", coupled the power supply wires to the new element, Re-positioned the element into the back of the oven, re-arranged the insulation around the element arms, placed the two screws securing the element in place. Power back on. Easy, peasy- back in the baking business. Proud of myself for completing this DIY project instead of spending the money to have a service man in to do the repair.
ordered parts; waiting for a handy man (or handy woman)...
I am a 71 year old woman and it was easy for me. I turned off the power to the oven at the breaker box. Unscrewed the old element with a phillips screwdriver. Pulled it out far enough to disconnect the wires. Then I took the new element attached the wires tightening the connectors a bit with needle nose pliers. I gently placed the wires back into the insulation then used the screws I took out of the old element to install the new one. I turned the power back on at the breaker box and proceeded to bake a dozen cookies which turned out great!
I removed 2 screws in back of oven to disconnect old element. I could not connect new one to wires so I removed back plate from stove and wires were there so I plugged into new element and replaced 2 screws in oven then replaced the panel on back of stove and all is right again. It was much easier to connect wires from back than to do it from inside the oven.
Removed old elements, reaching screws was difficult. Replaced elements, did not solve problem. Called service agent.
My son in law turned off breaker. Removed racks and took out the two screws holding the element in place unplugged the element and plugged the new element in put screws back in and turned breaker back on. Very easy.
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