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Part Number – WPW10293048
This gas valve is used on a gas stove to sense a desired amount of heat.
Once it has sensed the desired amount of heat it will open the valve to
let the gas flow to the stove burner where it will then be ignited into
flame and used to heat the oven. Please remember to disconnect the
electrical power source to your appliance before attempting to repair it.
Part Number – WPW10345407
This small heating element measures 6 inches in diameter and is used on the cooktop surface of an electric stove for cooking. It is a three turn coil element with rolled terminal ends to push in or pull out of the stoves receptacle. Please remember to always unplug or disconnect the electricity dedicated to your appliance before attempting to repair it. You will want to be sure and use your stoves model number to ensure that this is the correct part for your specific model. Note: Please be sure that your stove has had plenty of time to cool down before testing or troubleshooting any of it’s internal or external parts. Some stove parts can retain their heat for quite sometime and will still burn you long after your range has been turned off.
Part Number – WPW10181986
This oven sensor works in conjunction with the oven main control board to regulate and measure the temperature in the oven. If you have noticed the oven temperature is inaccurate or fluctuates by 50 degrees or more, the sensor is more than likely defective and will need to be replaced with a new part. Please be sure to use your model number when searching for parts, to be sure that it is the correct part for your particular stove.
Part Number – 72017
This touch-up paint can be used on the exterior of your white stove. If the cabinet of your electric or gas stove has unsightly chips or scratches, this touch-up paint will help fix the damaged areas. The paint is white in color and comes in a 6 fluid ounce bottle with a brush for an easy touch-up application on most major house hold appliances.
Part Number – WPW10308477
This bake element is located inside the bottom part of an electric stove. The bake element has (2) flat push-on terminals. Some common symptoms of a bad bake element are, the element will not heat, trips the circuit breakers when turned on, blows a fuse. Disconnect the electrical power source to your stove before attempting to repair it. Turn the breaker dedicated to the stove off or pull the fuses. Be safe! Please be sure to enter your model number to ensure that this is the correct part for your specific appliance.
Part Number – WP660532
This surface coil element is used for some electric stove models, on the cooktop surface. This surface element measures 6″ in diameter with rolled terminal ends. If your element is not heating it can be tested for continuity using a multi-meter. If the surface element shows that it has continuity the part is good and you will need to test the element terminal and the surface element switch. Please disconnect the electrical power source to your unit before attempting to remove or replace any parts.
Part Number – W10856603
This broil element is located on the top, inside of the oven cavity and used for broiling. The element is often used to help preheat an electric stove faster for baking. If this part is bad you should be able to see some visual damage, such as, blistering, bubbles, burned marks, burnt or melted terminal ends. You can test the element for continuity with an OHM meter. Please remember to unplug or disconnect the electrical power source that is dedicated to your appliance before attempting to service or replace any parts. Safety reminder: We suggest that you wear safety gloves while inspecting or removing any of your stoves heating elements. just because an element is not red hot, doesn’t mean that it is not hot, it can still burn you. Be safe!
Part Number – WP660533
This surface coil burner is used on the cooktop surface of an electric stove. The surface burner is 2600 watts and measures 8″ in diameter. It has a five turn coil with rolled terminal ends. If the surface element on your stove is not heating it can be tested for continuity with a multi-meter. If the element has continuity you will need to test the surface element switch and the element terminal, and replace them if needed.
Part Number – WP3196548
This thermal fuse is used as a safety device in case the stove should overheat. This fuse will shut the stove off to prevent a fire. Please remember to unplug or disconnect the electricity to your appliance before replacing this part.
Part Number – WP8054129
This part is used to ignite the stoves gas burner with it’s spark electrode. It is the ignition device for the bake or broil setting on your gas stove. The common symptom of a bad igniter is, the stove burner will not light. Please remember to disconnect your appliance from its electrical power source and turn off the gas before attempting to repair it.
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