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GE Electric Stove Replace Surface Element Coil #WB30M2

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This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the surface element coil on a GE electric stove top. The most common reasons for replacing the surface element coil are when the burner won’t work or won’t turn off.

All of the information for this surface element coil replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
GE, Hotpoint, RCA, Kenmore

Tools needed: none

Step By Step Instructions

1
To replace a coil surface element on your stove-top, your first step is to lift the old element up to a 40 degree angle and pull to detach the terminals from the receptacle.
2
Install the new coil surface element by first making sure the drip pan is properly aligned, with the notch in the pan directly opposite the receptacle.
3
Now insert the new element’s terminals into the receptacle at a 40 degree angle.
4
Lower the element so the metal support rests in the notch in the drip pan.
5
You’re now ready to turn on the surface element to confirm that it’s functioning properly.
Description
This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the surface element coil on a GE electric stove top. The most common reasons for replacing the surface element coil are when the burner won’t work or won’t turn off.

All of the information for this surface element coil replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
GE, Hotpoint, RCA, Kenmore

Tools needed: none
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
To replace a coil surface element on your stove-top, your first step is to lift the old element up to a 40 degree angle and pull to detach the terminals from the receptacle.
2
Install the new coil surface element by first making sure the drip pan is properly aligned, with the notch in the pan directly opposite the receptacle.
3
Now insert the new element’s terminals into the receptacle at a 40 degree angle.
4
Lower the element so the metal support rests in the notch in the drip pan.
5
You’re now ready to turn on the surface element to confirm that it’s functioning properly.

Applicable Product Model

Range/Stove/Oven
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Electric Cooktop
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