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    • Part Number: AP4511125
    • MFG Part Number: W10307362
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My model is YKESA 907 PS00; Serial No. XR 4711726, 2006 model. I try to repair a defective switch (#9760001/976000 as written in the old switch) in a Kitchenaid slide in electric oven convection. I was given a substituted part #W10307362 (containing a whole set of 4-Infinite Switch Kit with wiring). I replaced all 4-switches in the new kit. At the end, I notice a black wire with a plastic plug connected to a light purple wire undernealth the elements in the middle of the stove. I pulled this black wire out from the old wiring system. My question: I couldn't find this black wire in the new kit. Am I given a right kit parts? Now, the purple wire with the plastic plug is still inside connecting to nothing. What should I do? What's that old black wire for? Could you also give me a site to see and print out the technical repair layout sheet on how to connect the the wiring in this model? Or to send me such layout via my email.

Julia for Model Number Kitchenaid Slide-in Electric Oven Convection YKESA907PS00

ANSWER Hi Julia. Please remember the kit is used on similar models close to yours also. Is the unit properly working now? Inside the clock controls or down by the drawer is the wiring diagram folded in a packet. There are 2-violet wires going to the main oven sensor. There are 2-violet wires going to the meat probe. Your wiring diagram may be different according to your serial #. Let us know if we can assist further. Thank You. 

Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com   |   Thursday, October 20, 2011

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