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IS THE BOTTOM OVEN COIL/ELEMENT TE SAME IN MOST 30" MODELS. MINE JUST WENT OUT. IM HAVING EASTER. NEED REPLACED. model number WHIRLPOOL MOD# TES325MQ 3

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Hi,
All bake elements are not the same. The part # for your bake element is #9758519. Hopefully you can find an appliance parts store in your area. Thay are fairly ease to replace. With the oven UNPLUGGED, Remove the two screws holding the element in and there should only be two wires connected to the element.
I hope this helps you. If I can assist you further, please let me know.

Thanks,
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