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OVEN HEATING ELEMENTS
Your commercial electric oven is one of the most heavily used pieces of cooking equipment in your commercial kitchen. So you know that when it's down for the count, your operations suffer. If your oven struggles getting to (and maintaining) the right temperature, it might be time for an oven heating element replacement. Luckily, your oven's heating element is one of the easiest electric oven parts to swap, and it's a heck of a lot cheaper than replacing the oven itself. And if you’re looking for where to buy replacement oven elements, you’re in the right place.
How to replace bottom heating element in oven
An electric oven element replacement is a fairly simple DIY task. And if you’re looking for where to buy an oven heating element, just scroll down and find the one that’s correct for your model and manufacturer. Whether you have a 120 volt oven or something else, you’ll be sure to find what you need in TundraFMP Restaurant Supply’s large selection of electric oven heating elements.
1. Warm the oven, just until it’s not cold, to make removal of the old oven element easier. A cold element could shatter in your hands. 2. Once it’s slightly warm, turn off the power supply to the oven for safety. 3. Remove the screws connecting the heating element to the oven and gently pull out the element until you can see the electrical wiring. 4. Place the oven element replacement in the oven and plug the electrical cables’ quick cube connectors into the lugs, then screw it into position.