Stove OEM Parts
View Stove Replacement Parts Category
Stove Surface Element Kit
OEM Part Number – 4392061
These replacement parts are used on many different electric stove models. It is a genuine OEM repair kit that includes (2) large 8-inch surface coil elements, (2) 6-inch surface coil elements, (4) element receptacles, wires, wire nuts and the installation instructions. If you have noticed one or more of your stoves surface elements will not heat, this parts kit should repair your broken stove cooktop to functioning properly again. Please remember to disconnect the electricity to your appliance before you begin any repair or replace any parts.
Stove Radiant Surface Element
OEM Part Number – MEE33069801
Dual radiant heating element. This part is located beneath the cooktop surface on some free-standing electric stove models. This unit is used on some stoves that have (2) surface elements manufactured into (1) assembly. The element cannot or should not be repaired. If your stove has a surface element that is not working, you can test the part for continuity by using a digital or analog multi-meter. If the element shows that it has continuity, then the part is good, and you will need to test your stoves surface element switch and element terminal to see if they have failed and replace them if needed. Please remember to disconnect the electricity designated to your stove before you begin to replace this part.
Stove Knobs – White
OEM Parts Number – AGM73689603
This genuine OEM parts kit includes (5) stove knobs. The knobs are white in color and accept a (D) shaped burner control switch shaft. The knobs are used on the stoves surface element switches for controlling and setting the desired amount of heat for cooking. Reasons for replacing your stove knobs are, they are stripped or broken, they have become discolored, will no longer come clean or the indicator has worn off from heavy or extended use. Please enter your model number to ensure that these are the correct OEM replacement parts for your specific stove model.
Stove Broil Element
OEM Part Number – MEE36592904
This is an authentic OEM broil element that is also known as the heater sheath and the broiler element. If your electric stove will not broil when selected, the element will need to be tested for continuity. You can test your broil element for continuity by using a multi-meter, if the element does not show that it has continuity, it is bad and will need to be replaced with a new element. Safety note: Please be mindful that some stove parts can retain their heat for quite a while after the unit has been turned off. Just because an element doesn’t look hot, does not mean that it isn’t hot, it can still burn you. It is suggested that you wear gloves while troubleshooting or testing any of your stoves heating elements. You can begin by looking for visual signs of damage on the element by searching for burnt marks, charred or arching marks, bubbles, blistering, cracks or perhaps even a broken place on the element. If any of the mentioned damage is present the element will need to be replaced. Please remember to disconnect the electricity to your stove before you begin to replace this part.
Stove Burner Cap – Black
OEM Part Number – MBL61908503
This burner cap is used on the cooktop surface of some gas model stoves. The burner cap is a genuine OEM replacement part that is black in color. Reasons for replacing this part are, it no longer functions properly, or the black finish has worn off from heavy use.
Stove Surface Element Switch
OEM Part Number – DG44-01001A
This surface element switch is also known as the infinite switch, surface burner switch and the element control switch. It is used to control the small 6-inch burner element on the cooktop surface of a stove and range. This part is sourced direct from the original manufacturer. The most typical complaints associated with a defective surface burner switch are, the element will not heat up, heats erratic or sporadically. Please make sure to disconnect the electricity designated to your stove before you begin to replace this part. Please be sure to enter your model number to be certain that this is the correct switch for your particular electric stove model.
Stove Gas Surface Burner – Black
OEM Part Number – WP3412D024-09
The surface burner is located on the cooktop surface of some gas stove models. It is black in color and comes with a built-in spark electrode. To remove the burner head unit from the stove’s cooktop surface, you will need to rotate or turn the burner counterclockwise one eighth of a turn. The manufacturer has updated this OEM burner head and it no longer requires a gasket to seal it with. Reasons for replacing this part are, the burner will not light, has an uneven flame or the enamel finish is cracked or has worn off from extended use. Safety reminder: Please give your stove plenty of time to cool down before troubleshooting or removing any of its internal or external parts.
Stove Small Radiant Surface Element – 6″
OEM Part Number – W10823711
This is the small 6-inch radiant heating element located beneath the glass cooktop surface on a stove. This surface element comes with a limiter and is 1200 watts, 240 volts. The most typical complaints associated with a defective radiant surface element are, the element will not heat, heats erratically or cannot control the temperature. Note: This part should not be repaired, If the element is not heating it should be tested and replaced if it is broken. Please disconnect the electricity to your stove before replacing this part.
Stove Knobs – Stainless Steel
OEM Part Number – AGM73689604
This parts kit included (5) genuine OEM knobs, the knobs are located on the burner control switches and used to control the desired temperature for cooking. These knobs are stainless steel in color and are used on some stainless-steel stove/range models. Some knobs may look identical to these, but they will not fit or function properly on your specific model of stove. Note: Please compare these knobs with your stove knobs before ordering. These knobs only fit on a (D) shaped infinite control switch shaft. Reasons for replacing your stove knobs are, they have become discolored, broken, will no longer come clean or the indicator has worn off from heavy use.
Stove Control Board
OEM Part Number – EBR52349505
This display control board is also known as the (PCB) main control board and is located behind the touch pad on the stove top. As the name implies, this part is used to control the stoves functions. It controls the clock, heat, broil and bake settings as well as the timed bake functions. If your stove is not responding while pressing the touch pad you will need to inspect the control board for damage, test and replace it if the part is bad. You will need to be sure and disconnect the electricity designated to your appliance before replacing this part.
Search by Brand
Shop best-selling replacement parts
Belts, Blower Wheels, Circuit Board Components, Compressors, Dishracks, Dispensers, Drip Pans, Filters, Gas Burners, Gaskets, Handles, Heating Elements, Ice Makers, Igniters, Ignition Parts, Knobs, Motors, Pumps, Sensors, Shelves, Starter, Thermostats, Touch Pads, Water Valves, Wash Arms & More.
Model Number Help
Terms & Conditions
Get Repair Help Here
Appliance Repair > Dishwasher > Electric Dryer > Gas Dryer > Electric Oven > Gas Oven > Electric Range > Gas Range > Electric Stove > Gas Stove > Refrigerator > Frontload Washer > Top Load Washer
References to the manufacturer’s name, logo and or OEM parts numbers are for identification purposes only. Cheap Appliance Parts © 2023