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Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 629.42865 Parts

Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 629.42865 Parts
Brand:Kenmore
Model:629.42865
Product:Range/Stove/Oven
Subtype:Electric Cooktop

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$17.18

Chrome drip bowl (also called a drip pan) for 8 inch burner on Jenn Air electric range. The drip pan sits underneath the heating element to collect drips or spills around the burner.

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$16.71

Surface burner element receptacle kit for electric range. If the surface element works intermittently, this receptacle's electrical contacts may be corroded.

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$16.93

Chrome drip bowl for 6-inch burner on a Jenn Air electric range. The drip pan sits underneath the heating element to collect drips or spills around the burner.

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$36.09

8 inch diameter, 5 turn, electric range surface element with Delta style support bracket. 240 Volt 2100 Watt

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6 inch diameter, 4 turn, electric surface heating element with Delta style support bracket

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Ceramic terminal block for element cartridge. *No spades or wiring.

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Screw, round head machine thread, 10-24 threads x 1/4" long.

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Kenmore Range/Stove/Oven Model 629.42865 Parts

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Common Problems
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