Range, Stove, Oven Parts and Resources
- Parts for your range, stove, oven
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- Information on how range, stove, oven works
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Range, Stove, Oven Model Number Finder
The best way to locate the correct part for the type and brand of your range, stove, oven, is to find the correct model number on your appliance.
If you are unsure how to find the model number on your range, stove or oven, here is a suggestion on where to look.
Where is My Range, Stove, Oven Model Number?
- Under the burner of your range, stove or oven
- Behind the door of your range, stove or oven
- On the side of your range, stove or oven
- Behind the drawer of your range, stove or oven
- Under the cooktop of your range, stove or oven
- On the back of your range, stove or oven
Range, Stove, Oven Parts & Information Video Resource
Dryer Heating Element Testing Video
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Most Commonly Replaced Range, Stove, Oven Parts
Bake Element – Oven bake heating element with push on wire connectors
Oven bake heating element
Burner Control Knob – Cooktop burner knob
Burner Control Knob
Hot Surface Glow Bar Igniter – Igniter for oven, broiler, or both
Hot Surface Glow Bar Igniter
Terminal Block – Surface burner terminal block kit with interchangeable mounting brackets, ceramic wire nuts, heat shrink protective tubing and wires
Drip Bowls or Drip Pans – Surface drip bowls for gas and electric ranges
Burner Drip Bowls
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Range, Stove, Oven Cleaning Tips
Clean your oven broiler pan with a non-abrasive cleanser or replace it when it gets worn and stained.
Most range control panels are made out of glass or painted metal. It is best to use non-abrasive cleaners on these surfaces. It is important to remember not to spray cleaners directly onto the control surface but to place some cleaner on a soft, damp rag, then wipe the surface.
Clean any porcelain cooktop with a non-abrasive cleanser. Again, remember not to pour the cleanser directly onto the cooktop. Instead, pour it on a soft, damp rag, then wipe the surface.
Burner drip pans or bowls usually need to be replaced every 2 to 3 years. The reason is that once the drip bowls are stained, it is almost impossible to clean them completely.
Clean glass and ceramic cook tops only with products made for this purpose.
Clean glass oven windows with any oven glass cleaner. Please be careful to not clean glass surfaces when they are hot.
It is safe to clean the knobs on your range or oven with a bit of dish detergent and a damp rag. If the numbers or lettering are worn out, you many choose to replace the knobs.
To replace the light bulbs in your range, stove or oven, you may need to remove the glass covering to reach it. Most interior oven lights require a universal 40 watt appliance light bulb.
For a self cleaning oven, consult the owner’s manual for instructions on how to use the self cleaning feature. This feature works by heating the interior of the oven to a temperature so hot that it incinerates the dirt and the residue inside. You should not clean the interior of a self-cleaning oven with a spray cleaner.
Some stoves or ranges have heating element burners that are made of solid metals and without coils. These units are not made of glass or ceramic material. For best results, it is advisable that you clean solid burners using Solid Surface Element Cleaner.