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Thermostat

Part Number: AP4443816
MFG Part Number: 6930W1A003X
Made by: LG
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Genuine LG part. See all items in Microwave Fuse Or Sensor and Range / Cooktop / Oven Fuse Or Sensor.

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Part Number 6930W1A003X (AP4443816) replaces 6930W1A003D, 6930W1A002F, 1365203, 6930W1A002E, AH3530468, EA3530468, PS3530468.

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High temperature thermostat went bad after running self clean function John V. • Longmont, CO • September 09, 2014
Appliance: Model LG GLASSTOP STOVE

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Looking for LG part number 6930W1A007H. Do you have it? Do you know where I could get it? It's a thermostat of some sort, correct?

Jim S. for Model Number LG Microwave LMV1813ST

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I am replacing the thermostat (thermal fuse) on this range and am not sure how to remove the old one and install the new one (still waiting for it to arrive) without doing any damage. Does it screw in, clip in, or am I supposed to bend the tabs back that hold it in? I couldn't find anything in the Service Manual for this procedure, just that I should replace it. I'm bridging the connectors so I could establish continuity and use the cooktop for now, but it's probably not a great solution. This is my 2nd time asking this question, hope somebody at APP has time to answer. You have given me great service in the past!

Debbie for Model Number LG LRE30755ST

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How do I remove the old thermostat and put in the new one? I can remove the wire connectors but it isn't obvious if it unscrews, is held in by some sort of bendable tabs, or some other mounting device. I don't want to make my problem worse by forcing it in a way it was not designed. Also, how long before these things are in stock with your company? I can bypass the thermostat (it's a thermal fuse) by bridging the contacts with wire but probably not a good idea.

Debbie for Model Number LG LRE30755ST

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