|Item Weight||13.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 9 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||9761345|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- THIS 9761345 WHIRLPOOL OVEN SURFACE ELEMENT IS DESIGNED TO FIT MANY WHIRLPOOL, NORGE, ROPER
- CROSLEY, ESTATE, MAGIC CHEF AND MAYTAG OVENS. THE COOK-TOP USUALLY HAS FOUR TO SIX ELECTRIC
- BURNERS (AKA SURFACE ELEMENTS). EACH IS A COILED SHEATH WITH A WIRE IN THE CENTER AND NO MOVING
- Works with the following models: Maytag AER5523XAB0, Maytag AER5523XAQ0, Maytag AER5523XAW0
- Whirlpool IRP33803, Whirlpool IVE32300, Whirlpool IVP33800, Whirlpool RF114PXSB2
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THIS 9761345 WHIRLPOOL OVEN SURFACE ELEMENT IS DESIGNED TO FIT MANY WHIRLPOOL, NORGE, ROPER, CROSLEY, ESTATE, MAGIC CHEF AND MAYTAG OVENS.
THE COOK-TOP USUALLY HAS FOUR TO SIX ELECTRIC BURNERS (AKA SURFACE ELEMENTS). EACH IS A COILED SHEATH WITH A WIRE IN THE CENTER AND NO MOVING PARTS. WHEN THE WIRE RECEIVES ELECTRICITY, THE WIRE BECOMES RED HOT, WHICH HEATS THE METAL SHEATH BY CONDUCTION. THEN THE SHEATH GLOWS RED. YOU SEE THIS GLOWING WHEN THE ELEMENT IS TURNED ON.
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One thing I noticed was the most inner ring did not appear to sit flush/flat along with the rest of the rings. It was raised higher than the rest of the rings. I had thought about exchanging it because I was worried about our pots and pans not being flat on the element during cooking. I compared our other existing elements and they have flat surfaces on the rings. So it looks like with use, the rings flatten with heat. I decided to use it the way it is, after a day or two, the rings of the element now are all flat.
There is a stamping under that show it is 2600 watt for 240 v, but I don't see any country of origin. Our existing element are made in US. My guess is this new one is from China, but I can't confirm it.
UPDATE 01/03/2014: IMPORTANT READ! Initial rating for this element was 5 stars, now it is one star because it exploded. A section glowed bright white, started sparking and exploded. Fire alarm went off. We were very fortunate that no one sustained injuries. The parts of the element that sparked, flew a short distance causing very minor stain to the range top, a couple pots sitting on the other unused elements. The pot that was on this element was a Corning ware glass pot (I think it's no longer made). That pot sustained the most damage, melted parts of the glass on the outside. We won't be using the pot due to the damage. The other pots nearby just had what appears to be the metal that flew and "stained" the pots on the outside. Best way to describe might be like how hard water leaves a stain on a surface - except this does not come off. The connector/socket that the element connected to was fine, the clip that holds the connector/socket and screws into the range top was damaged beyond re-use. The switch for that element works but now the light shows "HOT" even in off position.
So in all, I'm out a non-replaceable favorite pot for my wife, some surface stain/damage to a couple others, I purchased a switch ($25) so the light is not lit when the element is turned off. Spent 1/2 a day interchanging parts between new switch and old switch because it's near impossible to find the exact replacement. Lucky I had extra connector/sockets and clips around (from older repairs) so I didn't have to spend for that repair. I still need to find a replacement element for this exploded one. I have contacted Amazon to see what can be done even though I'm out of the return period.
Here is a pic of the element.
Searching the net results in others also encountering a similar fate, so I know it does happen, even though it's our first time experiencing it and we've used the range over 15 years.
My advice to others that read this....if this happens to you, first thing, head to the fuse box and turn off the range, it most likely will die out on it's own but be ready to put out anything that catches fire. My first instinct was to reach over and turn off the knob for the element, glad I didn't and now I know better.
UPDATE 02/04/2014: I have been using this replacement (see link below) for about a month and I highly recommend it. It is a Frigidaire branded element, comes in a sealed Frigidaire packaging and is made in Mexico. For my case, I made sure I purchased it from Amazon as the seller and no other. I recommend this for others as well, even if it costs a little more than the 3rd parties.
A couple important notes, this new Frigidaire element had barely any smoking right from the beginning and I don't recall smells like the other 'bad' one. The surface material/texture is slightly different as well, more greyish. No dusting left on the bottom after use.
I'm going to add a review for it shortly.
[...] if you have any questions, I will be more than happy to answer if I can be of help.
I initially gave it a 5 star, but after using it for 2 months, the element exploded while cooking yesterday, damaged my pot, dripping pan, and the control switch. I saw the other 1 star rating here, we had the same experience! This is a fire hazard and Amazon should do something about the seller and this product before someone gets hurt!
Not convinced this is to manufacturer's specifications. Heating element not as robust as the element it replaced - narrower gauge material. Might be the reason one reviewer noted this product exploded (twice). We'll see.
Purchased item appears on left hand of photo provided.