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Switch Light Spot

Part Number: AP3187906
MFG Part Number: WB24T10065
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 Switch.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB24T10065 (AP3187906) replaces 911018, AH236787, EA236787, PS236787, WB24T10111.

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This switch is broken in the top of my built in double oven. Is there a way to remove/replace it without removing the oven from the built in cabinet? Thanks,

Musa for Model Number JPK48


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My oven light switch on my wall oven broke off.. It isGeneral Electric Model# JKP20COF3CC. It looks like my part # is: AP3187906/Manf#WB24T10065...number 261 from the diagram. How do we get to this? Do we take the screws out in the front and pull the oven cavity out to get to the side?...Just curious if this is a hazard...should we shut it off at the fuse box for the time being until we get the part and are able to replace it?It seems that a light switch shouldn't be an electrical hazard.

Mel for Model Number General Electric Model# JKP20COF3CC


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How do I access the switch? Do I have to remove the inside of the oven?

Les for Model Number jtp28b2bb


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I am not handy but would like to order the light switch for my ge profile stove and change it. I see it is a simple plug however I am not sure how to actually get to the actual switch to change it?

Joe for Model Number Jgs968soh3ss


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Is this a normally closed switch?



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