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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful.
Great price, right product!
By sarah davis
I wasn't sure that buying only the element would fix the problem but it did. It was shipped in a GE box. The part was perfect. It arrived in only 4 days from east coast and I'm on the west. It was a great price, almost half of what GE wants. The oven is working better than ever. GE WB44K10001 was my part for my stove which the new part number is GE WB44K10005. It fit fine!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
Cheaply made but works fine
By Mark Sokos
Shipping was advertised as 4-14 days (or something like that). When shipped, actual estimate was more lik 18 days. However, it arrived in only a few days. I don't know why the shipping date estimates were so wrong.
The description uses the GE part number and implies that it's a GE part. It's not. Given its cheap price, I expected it to be a knock-off so I wasn't really surprised by that. If you go into this thinking that it's a GE part you are going to be disappointed.
It's made a bit more cheaply than the original, but it fit perfectly and works great. I can't say anything about it's long term reliability since I've only had it a few days. Given its cheaper construction, I seriously doubt that it will last as long as a real GE part. In some ways you get what you pay for, so no biggie there. I can buy quite a few of these for the cost of one GE element.
Installation is simple. Two screws hold it in place. Remove those and wiggle the element out carefully. Pull the wires off and attach them to the new element. Theoretically this can all be done from the front side of the oven (except for unplugging the oven). In my case, the wires slipped and went back inside the oven. I fished one out with a pair of needle nose pliers, but that was enough of a pain that I just took the back of the oven off to get the other wire. Turned a 5 minute job into a 15 minute job, but still not too difficult. If you don't want to end up taking the back of the oven off (not difficult, just a lot of screws) then maybe you want to rig up something so that the wires don't slip back through the hole. Just bending the wire to the side like most people recommend didn't work for me.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful. See all 309 customer reviews...
GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE
By John Ingram
I purchased this hoping it would make my oven work again. It did, in fact it works better than it has ever or least since we bought the house it came with. The shipping time from this seller was AMAZING!!! I had it in hand in 3.....THREE Days. Great doing business with these guys and will continue to do so AMAZON thanks for introducing me to these guys!!