This 40-Watt light bulb 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 wi...
Removed six 1/4" hex nuts on rear of oven. Then through front/inside removed a single 1/4" hex nut to actually remove sensor. Unplug sensor connector, remove. Reversed steps, push oven back in place and plugged in. Tested oven function.
first, made sure circuit breaker was off second, used nut driver to remove 2 screws on old element, pulled it from the back of the oven third, removed 2 wires from old element (spade connectors) fourth, connected new element and pushed back into oven. fifth, reinstalled 2 screws securing new element
this was all done by my 15 yr old son under my supervision.
First I removed the two screws that hold the element in place. I then pulled the element out about 3 inches, but I had not turned off the power. So, I shorted out one of the wires. Then I turned off the power but was afraid to go any farther. An appliance repairman was at my house that day fixing my dryer seal. He was able to pull the wires through the insulation successfully and install the broiler element. He did not charge me any extra for this little extra job. But I learned my lesson. Cut the power before you begin! He told me that I could have wound up with a much bigger repair if the short had been in the wire that is connected to the control panel of the oven. I was very lucky!