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Thanksgiving Deals, Sales

Posted by By Eric G. Stark on


A female customer walked into McCombs Supply's showroom on Thursday, Nov. 8 with a bake element in her hand. The left corner of the element was snapped apart. 

"My husband told me to come here, that you'd have what I need," she said.

She was looking for part number W10779716 and we selling it for $46.95. As I printed her paper work, she said, " I need this fixed. Thanksgiving is coming," she said. 

Bake element W10779716

Ah, yes, Thanksgiving is a great motivator. 

People work around a broken range/stove or wall oven until Thanksgiving comes and then there is a frenzy to get the appliance repaired.  

If it is cleaning the house or fixing broken parts, a holiday, birthday or a milestone event tends to jump start the process. 

This customer used Thanksgiving and the upcoming "big" meal to make sure her oven was fixed. It was a long time coming, she said, about a month, actually. She likes to cook in the oven, so a month using the crook pot was becoming a hardship. 

McCombs is your one-stop shop for appliance parts you need to make sure Thanksgiving goes off without a hitch. 

We have a large variety of bake elements  that well for all majors brands of ranges/stoves and well ovens.   

Here are a few popular elements. The range oven bake element unit for Electrolux Frigidaire part numbers 316202200 AP2126365 and PS439617 is 16-1/2 inches wide at the top and 14 inches wide from terminal to terminal. 

It is also 15-7/8 inches long from top to mounting bracket and 4 inches long from mounting bracket to end of terminal. It sells for $29.49. 

Bake Element 316202200

For older ranges/stoves, try the WB44X200 for Vintage Hotpoint Range Oven Element Bake Unit Heating Element that is designed to fit specific General Electric manufactured range models including Hotpoint and RCA. 

It's dimensions are 13-1/2 inches wide; 16-5/8 inches long from mounting bracket to end of element and 2-1/2 inches long from bracket to terminal end. It sells for $13.23. 

[NOTE: If you have older appliances, see this story of vintage appliance parts sold at McCombs.]

McCombs also sells broil elements like the WB44K5017 replacement for GE range oven broil element. It sells for $21.72. 

Many times a surface burner only gets fixed when a holiday like Thanksgiving is coming up. Range surface elements may also need to replace. 

Nothing will frustrate a cook more than not having all their burners workings. You need this burners for mixed vegetables, dried corn and heating the gravy. 


We have an wide variety of surface elements to fit every major brand and model including the SP12YA  6-inch Surface Element for Whirlpool, 

Jenn Air, Maytag and Frigidaire. Cost: $5.05.

Need Parts?

Other common items that need fixed on your range during Thanksgiving are igniters for your range/stove and wall oven. 

McCombs has a large inventory of igniter, including the IGN5 gas range oven ignitor part number 5303935066 that fits Norton and Frigidaire Tappen. 

Our SKU for this part is 41-205. Cost: $13.95.

Range surface elements may also need to replace. Nothing will frustrate a cook more than not having all their burners workings. You need this burners for mixed vegetables, dried corn and heating the gravy.  

A new control knob to get your Thanksgiving meal the correct temperature is also important. 

Mcombs has control knobs for your range, as well as burner knobs.  

Parts for making food

Everyone thinks about the turnkey, but the side dishes are every bit as important. McCombs complimentary parts like blender, mixers and coupling. 

Here are three parts you need with the upcoming holidays. 

Ice Crusher 4961

The genuine OEM Oster mixer blender ice crushing blade with gasket part number 4961. This parts is great for mixed drinks. Cost: $6.57.

The replacement blender couplings for 9704230 Kitchenaid Blender 2 PACK is great mixing icing for cakes and desserts. Cost: $4.95.

Need to make mashed potatoes? This exact replacement package of two hand mixer beaters for Kitchenaid number W10490648 will help. This parts fits many KHM series Kitchenaid Hand Mixers. Cost: $3.84. 

                                                                    Mixer W10490648

About Us

McCombs Supply Company, Inc.

In business since 1953, McCombs Supply Co., Inc. is a third-generation family-owned business that specializes in low prices and fast, reliable shipping.
Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, McCombs Supply Co., Inc. offers replacement repair parts for dishwashers, dryers, microwaves, range-ovens, refrigerators, washing machines, HVAC, commercial refrigeration, commercial cooking, pellet stove parts and more. Some of our manufacturers we distribute for include – Backer-Chromolox, Broan-Nutone, Exact Replacement Parts (ERP), EZ Flo, Fasco, Mastercool, ICM, JW Harris, Packard, Robertshaw, Sealed Unit Parts Company (SUPCO), White Rodgers, Englander, Breckwell, Harman, Lennox, Napoleon, St. Croix and Quadra-Fire.

We supply contractors, service technicians, housing developments, hospitals, retirement communities, institutions, and do-it-yourselfers.

Today, we have nearly one million SKUs in our system. We are constantly upgrading our cutting-edge technology to serve our customers better.

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