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Side of oven is off and can't seem to get element out of the hole towards the motor

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It may have also Blown the Fuse, to the element, in the stove itself.

Posted on Feb 12, 2010

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Louis F Hoholek Jr

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SOURCE: New element touching bottom of oven. Two small holes in over.

The element should not touch the bottom of the oven. I would call up the person that did the repair and tell them about the small holes. This may be a fire hazard. You should not be charged for work that was done improperly.

Posted on Oct 28, 2015

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