Tyler - Now it is Sat. and I have had time to follow your suggestions. Now, after removal of 4 screws, the back wall of oven does not come forward to allow me to see where bake element is attached. Please help??
No, it is exposed and not below the floor.
The four screws were removed and back panel does not move.. Broil element is still attached to back panel as is the problematic bake element for which I have a replacement ( correct part Nr. ) standing by.
At this point should I also remove screws holding the broil element even tho'
it seems to work just fine. Need more help to find secret why the backpanel
will not come forward. This unit is a slide in unit with a down draft exhaust
for gas (LP) cook top.
Yes, there is a light bulb attached to back panel. I will remove that bulb and
and then try again. That bulb may be the secret why the panel would not move. I will let you know. Thanks. asr
Tyler - you hit the current problem on the head with the word seized. It is
soo-o-o-o tight and seized from heat that I have tried and tried and my wife has tried to unscrew lens and we cannot budge it. Any hints ? Beside lens
there is also the fan for convection oven setting attached to back wall. Will that fan come with the wall with this model oven??? Thanks, asr
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX not own a channel-lock but I know what that is. So tonite, I will try to borrow one from a friend who lives nearby, That lens is probably holding the wall. But still, the lens will wiggle around but not unscrew and with wiggle
around, you would think the back wall would be somewhat "loose" but not
come forward till lens is out. THE WALL DOES NOT WIGGLE AT ALL IT IS
tight and perhaps rusted or frozen to side walls, (???)Thanks, asr
Will you be available tomorrow?