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10 days ago
I have a GE oven, model JBP24G0K1WH. I bought a replacement broiler element for the old one that burned out. I bought WB44K10002 which I think I confirmed to be compatible with the oven. However, the screws to connect the wires are tiny, much smaller than the old part. What are the correct screws for this, and where can I find them? Thanks.
For model number JBP24G0K1WH
Hello Jonathan, Thank you for contacting us. We have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you are looking for is Fix Number: FIX249411 (Manufacturer #: WB44X173). The part ordered is incorrect for the appliance model number provided. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!
Turned off power at circuit box. Removed oven door and oven racks. Used nut driver to remove old element noting placement of wires. Connecting new element proved a bit challenging as wires had disappeared into the internals of the oven. Received text from a friend who happens to be a physchiatrist asking what I was doing. Told her I was about to stick my head in the oven and went back to attempt to retrieve the wires. Interrupted by EMS knocking on the door. Explained confusion. Returned to repair. Bumped head on top of oven relieving small cut. Eventually attached wires and connected element. Works fine.
took screws out of bracket, removed old unit, installed new unit and put screws back in unit. took old bowls out and cleaned around where they were and put new bowls in their place, looks like a new range now