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Range Broil Element WP9760767

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Part #WP9760767

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Part Information

This broil element (part number WP9760767) is for ranges.

Broil element WP9760767 is at the top of the oven and supplies the heat for broiling.

Disconnect electrical power to the range before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.

Reviews

1-3 of 3 reviews
GBN oven
Chico CaliforniaReviews 1Votes 0
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• 2 years ago
GBN oven• 2 years ago
GE broiler element

Excellent service, received in a timely manner. Installation went smoothly, couldn’t be happier.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
sm • 2 years ago

Hello. We are so glad to hear you had a positive experience with Sears!! We greatly appreciate your feedback. Thank you for choosing Sears!

rbrothers
TexasReviews 2Votes 0
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• 3 years ago
rbrothers• 3 years ago
Exact fit for burned up broiler element

A few days ago I experienced a beautiful light show as the broiler element went off like a very large sparkler! Very exciting (not).

Ordered the part from Sears and four screws later it was installed. Power on, press Broil... no heat :( Bottom element worked fine, but no broil heat at all. Removed the new element and measured the voltage at the terminals. Zilch, nada, nothing.

Traced wiring (via tech doc found behind controller panel) to a relay on the controller board. Researched buying new controller, not available! (well I found some refurbished boards online at $160 plus. Being an electrical tech/engineer, I decided to look at the controller myself. Suspected the relay, but when I separated the display board from the control board I noticed the printed circuit run going to the broiler relay was completely burned through. Thus no voltage getting to the elements.

After bridging the pc foil with a heavy copper braid I tried it again. Success! not I can use my broiler again.

BTW: I've had 40 years of experience fixing all sorts of electrical equipment. I don't recommend doing what I did without knowing what you're doing and taking all safety precautions.

Max 1060
O Fallon ILReviews 1Votes 0
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• 2 years ago
Max 1060• 2 years ago
Element is great. Challenging to install

The element worked without a hitch. The only suggestion would be to add screws for the installation. The original screws were rusted. I stripped Philips heads trying to remove the screws. I purchased a stripped screw removal tool to no avail. I used a Dremel steel saw tool to cut a slot into the head and was successful in removing the screws. I had to go to a hardware to purchase new screws. Took time to find the correct screws ... thread, size, and type. The element was great but the removal and installation was a pain. Total time - approximately 4 hours.

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