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I just have a quick question that I hope someone can answer. My husband put a new element in my oven. It worked great after that, but then we put a new bulb in the oven and realized how dirty it was, so my husband used the vacuum in the oven to suck out some of the stuff in the bottom and I think he knocked the connection loose. It was hard for him to get it hooked on to the wires in the back of the stove to begin with. Some people here at work were telling me about some kind of jumper connectors or something you can get when the wires arent long enough to connect easily to the element connector. Can someone tell me what this item is called and where it can be purchased?

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Nothing that I know of. If I had to deal with this problem and the wires were too short, I'd pull the oven out, remove the back panel and use 14 gauge hi-temp wires and hi-temp terminals to make the exsisting wires longer.

IMPORTANT: If one or more wires came off the oven element, DO NOT USE the oven at all. Turn off the power to it right away and keep it off until this is fixed.
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