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    • Part Number: AP3591109
    • MFG Part Number: 9758382
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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how often do these go bad?- when the oven temperature sensor is connected this part gets warm, is this common? my oven won't come on, i replaced the ignitor,yhat didnt do it, i was going to order this sensor, but it tests ok on the meter, when i was unplugging it ,i noticed this valve was warm. it's been diconected for a while and now its cool

Jay for Model Number gs563lxsso

ANSWER Jay, The valve/solenoid assembly 9758382 is also refferred to as the "lock out" solenoid, it is active all the time, or until a self clean cycle is programmed, it then de activates, and stops the gas flow to the cooktop burners, it's working, and is likely to be warm if all's working proper. Since you have a multimeter, you want to run resistance and VDC checks at the gas distribution valve and DSI spark module, At the gas valve , disconnect the wires, check from the center terminal to each outside terminal, you should have a resistance of 215 ohms on each test. Reattach the wires, program a bake cycle and check for 8 to 18 VDC from the center terminal(orange wire) and the outside terminal(red wire) Improper resistance(+ or - 10%) would indicate a bad solenoid. improper VDC wouild indicate a faulty DSI module or wiring issue. Thanks and Good Luck 

Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com   |   Monday, February 20, 2012

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