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Part Number – WPW10308477
This bake element is located inside the bottom part of the oven cavity on some range models. The bake element has (2) flat push-on terminals. Some common symptoms of a bad baking element are, the element will not heat, trips the circuit breakers when turned on or blows a fuse. Please disconnect the electricity to the appliance before attempting to repair it. Turn the breaker dedicated to the unit off or pull the main fuses. Safety reminder: It is recommended that you wear gloves while troubleshooting and testing your range heating element. just because the element is not glowing red hot, doesn’t mean that it is not hot, it can still burn you long after you have turned your appliance off. You will want to give the range plenty of time to cool down before you begin to test or troubleshoot any parts.
Part Number – WP660532
This small surface element is used on some electric stove cooktop surfaces. The coil element measures 6 inches in diameter and has rolled or looped terminal ends. If your stove has a surface element that is not heating, it can be tested for continuity using a multi-meter. If the 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 don’t forget to disconnect the electricity to your appliance before you begin the removal or replacement of any parts.
Part Number – WP2315539
This evaporator fan motor is used to circulate air over the refrigerator coils which converts heat from the coil into cold air that is then circulated throughout the refrigerator from the spinning fan. This part is located in the back of the freezer compartment. Some signs that this part has failed are, fridge is noisy, fridge isn’t getting cold, freezer is warm, fridge and freezer are warm. Remember to unplug the electrical cord to your appliance before replacing this part. Please be sure and use your model number to ensure that this is the correct part for your specific appliance model.
Part Number – WP3392519
This dryer thermal fuse is also known as the thermal cutoff fuse and the temperature fuse. The fuse is used as a safety mechanism, cutting off electricity to the dryer motor and the heating element to keep the dryer from getting too hot. Once this fuse has blown it cannot be reused. If your fuse has blown, you will need to check for blockage or lint build up in the clothes dryer vent hose or ventilation system. Before you install a new thermal fuse, only to have it blow again. Please remember to unplug the dryer before testing or replacing this part.
Part Number – 279816
This thermal cut off fuse is used to prevent the dryer from over heating when the dryers high limit thermostat has failed. The parts kit includes (1) thermal cut-off fuse (309 degrees) (1) high-limit thermostat of 250 degrees Fahrenheit and the jumper wire. The high limit thermostat and thermal cut-off fuse are both mounted on the clothes dryer heater housing. Some common symptoms that these parts have failed are, the dryer gets too hot, takes too long to dry the laundry, no heat, will not start. Remember to unplug the electricity to the unit before installing these replacement parts. Please be sure to use your appliance model number to ensure that these are the correct fuses for your specific model of clothes dryer.
Part Number – WP8531669
This dishwasher water inlet valve assembly is located behind the kick plate on the lower left or right corner, depending on your model. The inlet valve is used to supply and fill the dishwasher with water. The main symptoms of a failed water valve are, dishwasher will not fill with water, is not cleaning the dishes, leaking water and loud. Please be sure to use the model number on your appliance to ensure that this is the correct water valve for your particular model. Please remember to unplug the electrical cord to the appliance and turn off the water supply before you begin to replace this part.
Part Number – 4388931
This adaptive defrost control board is used on some refrigerator models to determine, when and how often the defrost mode should cycle. Note: The defrost heater and the defrost thermostat should be tested with a multi-meter before replacing this part. If both the defrost thermostat and heater test good, the control board has more than likely failed and will need to be replaced. Please remember to unplug your refrigerator before you begin to service it.
Part Number – WPW10224428
This detergent and rinse aid dispenser is located inside the dishwasher on the door. The dispenser is used to hold dishwasher detergent and rinse aid and dispense both of them during the wash cycles. Some common signs that the dispenser is not working is, the dishwasher is not cleaning the dishes, won’t dispense the detergent, the lid won’t latch or the lid won’t open. You will need to unplug the appliance before you start to replace this part.
Part Number – WP3363394
This washer pump is used for a direct drive washer, meaning the pump is not belt driven, instead this washer pump is connected directly to the clothes washer motor shaft. The common symptom that this part has failed is the washer will not pump the water from the tub after the wash cycle has finished. Repair tip: check the pump ports and the impeller for blockage or clogs, before replacing the pump with a new one. Please use the model number to insure that this is the correct replacement part for your specific appliance.
Part Number – WP8318084
This washer lid switch is used on some top load washer models. The switch is located under the control panel on the top of the washer. You will need to lift the control panel up and back away from the top of the clothes washer to replace the lid switch. Some signs that this part has failed are, the washing machine won’t start, timer will not advance, tub basket will not spin. Please be sure to use the model number on your appliance to ensure that this is the correct part for your specific model.
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