Oven bake element. The terminals are male quarter inch spade connectors. The wires push onto the heating elements connectors. If the oven does not bake then the element could have burned out.
Chrome drip bowl (also called a drip pan) for 8-inch burner. The drip pan sits underneath the heating element to collect drips or spills around the burner.
Chrome drip bowl for 6-inch electric coil burner. This drip bowl sits underneath the burner to catch drips or spills.
Stove top surface element terminal block kit with interchangeable mounting brackets. The kit also includes ceramic wire nuts, heat shrink protective tubing, and wires. If the element works intermittently then the receptacle may be making poor contact with the element and needs replacement.
Appliance light bulb, clear 120 Volt 40 Watt Regular Base
Surface element control switch for the large surface element
Oven temperature sensor
Stove top coil surface heating element, 8 inch. If the element does not heat either it or the control switch is defective. The coil can be tested to determine if it is at fault.
Range/stove surface element (6-inch). If the surface element won't heat, either the surface element or the surface element switch may be defective. To determine if the surface element is defective, use a multimeter to test it for continuity.
Surface element control switch for the small surface element
Oven bottom panel. Porcelain coated steel.
Oven anti-tip bracket kit. This bracket helps to secure the range and prevent it from tipping over.
Electronic oven control board. The control board displays the time of day and controls the oven bake, broil, and self-cleaning functions. If your oven won't heat, test your oven's heating elements and confirm that the oven is receiving power before replacing the control board.