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How to Change Out a Hidden Bake Element in Maytag Electric Range

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man , in Oven-Range-Stove Repair 09 January 2013 · 1,638 views

maytag oven bake element
There's a trick, of course (isn't there always a trick?). And Grand Master Funk kdog calls the dance steps:

Haven't seen a snazzy new Maytag like that, but suspect it is just a rebreanded K/A W/P
This is the same 4 pass "hidden" bake element used in the others - you just spread the insulation out of the way and slide the element out the side from the metal strip

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Source: Changing a hidden bake element in Maytag MER7662WW1 Oven

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