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Manufacturer #: 316075103 /
Manufactured by: Frigidaire /
Fix #: FIX438018
Manufacturer #: 316075103 |
Manufactured by: Frigidaire |
Fix #: FIX438018
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
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Removed 2 mounting bracket screws pulled element out from back of stove pulled terminals off removed then installed new one
SHUT THE POWER! Unscrew the 2 bolts from the rear. Pull the wires from the existing element and pin them to the new element easy.
1. Removed two (2) small sheet metal screws that secured the heating element to the rear of the oven.2. Slid element out about four inches (4").3. Unplugged the two (2) spade connectors.4. Removed old element.5. Installed new element in reverse order.Happy wife, happy life!
Very simple. Turn off breaker to range. Remove 2 (ea) #8 screws,pull element out, remove the 2 spade connectors. Install 2 spade connectors to new element, push into position, install 2(ea) #8 screws,turn breaker to range on & ops check; good to go.
Simply unscrewed the two tabs at the back of the oven that are attached to the bottom burner element, pulled out the element which was attached to the wiring with quick clip connectors, detached the connectors and reattached the new element, and then screwed it back in. Turned on the oven and it worked like a charm.
Turned power off to unit. Removed the 2 screws holding heating element on to back wall. Gently pulled element ends out of back wall exposing wire clips that make the connection. Pulled off clips, cleaned bottom of oven, put clips on new element, gently pushed wires back into unit, re-attached the screws. Turned power back on to unit. Ran it at 350 degrees for 10 minutes to burn off any chemicals from manufacturing and shipping.
pulled stove out, remove power cord from wall,remove back and replace parts .
Instruction video very helpful but we did need to buy different terminals as the ones on our oven were a little different. after replacing the terminals everything else was just like the video.
Turned power off,loosened the 2 screws,pulled old element out,unplug the 2 wires. Plug up wires to new element and install 2 screws,turn on power and is working perfect.
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