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wow that was fast how did you get it so fast?? anyway there should be two 1/4" screws holding the sensor in the oven on the back wall. shut the power off before removing this, pull the sensor toward you and the wire will come out with it, there will be a plug on the wire . sometimes though these can be tough to get through the hole (they get caught) hopefully yours doesnt, then just unplug the old sensor and plug the new one in and put the screws back in. if you cant get the plug through the hole there are two options, 1 remove the oven from the wall (which can be difficult) or two cut the wires and use the caps provided with the sensor and wirecap the wires back together. one wire then the other ,it doesnt mater which two you cap together. if by chance theres no screws holding this from inside the oven then you must remove the oven to get at the sensor. hopefully this helps you, thanks , Bryan
When I finally removed the oven from the wall (truly a monumental struggle) and removed the back panel, I noticed that the insulation around the back of the appliance bulb fixture was burned (charred and melted), which seemed very ominous. A fire is not what I had in mind! Guess I'll be returning the sensor assembly and buying a new oven. Too bad. Thanks for your help!