The Oven Bake Element is a black, metal part which supplies heat to the oven. This element is 19-1/2" wide x 18-1/2" long and has 3-1/2" inserts. It is rated as "Easy" to install by users, and attache...
This element has looped terminal ends and comes with a black medallion center. This element is a genuine OEM replacement part, has looped terminal ends, comes with a black medallion center, and fits m...
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February 17, 2020
Where are fuses located? Thanks
Hello Edward, Thank you for contacting us. I have researched the model you have provided and have found this model does not have a fuse. We hope this helps.
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April 19, 2023
Hi: I just replaced the lens light indicator on my stove as the old one did not light anymore, but after replacing the new one I have the same problem. The burners all work, just the light. what might my problem be?
For model number CWEF310GSF
Hi Sharon, thank you for reaching out. We have researched the model, and it seems like the issue is with the Surface Indicator Light, part number PS436963. Checking the indicator light for continuity using a multimeter might help. Good luck with this repair!
1. Removed two screws, pulled out the element, voltage tested the element and determined it was an open circuit (bad element). 2. Ordered the part from partselect.com 3. Disconnected element, connected the new one, and screwed it back in.
Shut off circuit breaker to stove and collected the tool from the basement. Turned on flashlight. Unscrewed the two hex nuts from the old element/back of the oven. Slid the old element prongs out of the back, exposing the connecting wires. Pulled the connecting wires off of the old element, carefully, so that the connections wouldn't come off of the wires. Threw the old element pieces in the garbage. Connected the new element to the connecting wires and re-fastened the hex nuts. My husband had wanted to call the repair man, but it didn't look too difficult, so I decided to try it on my own. Boy was he surprised when I fixed it, and for a fraction of the cost of hiring a repairman! Ladies, we can do this ourselves!!! :) Thank you for being there for us to order our part from, Parts Select, we had our new part in less than 24 hours, so the shipping was blazing fast!!! Keep up the good work!!! :)