Move the range away from the wall, and unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. If the range is wired directly to your home's electrical system, turn off the breaker in your home's service panel.
Remove the screws that secure the lower-rear panel of the range to the range cabinet. Remove the panel.
Locate the oven sensor on the rear of the range. The sensor is located on the top-right corner of the area now accessible with the panel removed, has a single wire connector and is secured using two mounting screws.
Remove the mounting screws that secure the oven sensor to the range.
Unclip the oven sensor wire connector from the range wire harness, and then remove the sensor from the oven compartment.
Insert the new oven sensor into the oven cavity, and then connect the wire connector to the range's wire harness.
Secure the new sensor to the range using the screws that were removed from the old sensor.
Replace the rear panel of the range, using the screws that were removed to hold it in place.
Plug the range back into the wall outlet, or turn on the breaker in your home's service panel.
Move the range back into position against the wall.