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Oven Burner with Thermocouple

Part Number: AP3886709
MFG Part Number: WB16K10061
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Pilot.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB16K10061 (AP3886709) replaces 1194737, AH1154893, EA1154893, PS1154893, WB16K10041, WB19K10008.

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Sensor burned out Tabitha N. • Petersburg, AK • July 11, 2014

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Thermocouple tip broke off Robert P. • Buckhead, GA • December 17, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Gas Range JGBS04PPH2WW

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Bad thermocouple Jerry B. • Hippo, KY • December 12, 2014

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Teresa for Model Number wb16k10061

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When I look at the back of the stove I am not sure how I can take out the cover to replace the Oven Pilot with Thermocouple. Can you give me some tip or documentation that make this job easier for me? Do you have any sketches for this repair to help? Thanks

Hadi B. for Model Number AGBS300PJ1WW

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We have a GE range whose oven will not light. A repairman told us it needs a thermocouple. The "Oven Pilot with Thermocouple", part number AP3886709 seems to be the correct part, but I need confirmation. BTW, it is using propane as fuel source. Please confirm, or suggest the correct part. Thank you..

Don A. for Model Number JGBS15GER6WH

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Thank you for the quick reply on my question yesterday. Now that I know that I need to replace the control board, I was trying to find it on the website , however I am running into difficulties. For this WHIRPOOL "SF3020SKQ" what is the control board part # that I need to order please? Thank You Wilner

Wilner for Model Number Whirpool "SF3020SKQ"

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The top portion of the stove works fine, however when I am using the oven, it turns on fine with nice and great flames but after a period of time it just turns off or (shut off). I does not matter if the food is ready or not. We like the gas stove but we would like to know if it is the thermocouple that needs to be replaced or another part Wilner.

Wilner for Model Number Whirpool "SF3020SKQ"

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The pilot light on my oven is too big. I've burned up a couple thermocouples because of this. I've tried to adjust the small screw by the oven knob but it has no effect on the pilot flame. I have to order a new pilot assembly and would like to know if i need to order anything else to be able to adjust the pilot flame. This oven runs on propane.

Duane for Model Number rgb508pph3wh

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