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    • Part Number: AP3882906
    • MFG Part Number: W10016550
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Double oven fan making a horrible racket. I can only find one part number for our oven and I think there is a lower and upper oven vent fan. AP3882906 is the part number.

Joan for Model Number GBD277PDB7

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Are the upper and lower blowers different parts? You have 2 blowers listed for this model. One is part number AP3882906. The other is part number AP4369539. I am assuming one is for the upper oven and one is for the lower oven. Am I right? Thanks, Wayne

Wayne D for Model Number KEBC206KSS05

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To replace oven blower motor AP3882906 how to I access motor? Remove unit from wall access from back? Remove microwave and access from front? If the latter can I remove microwave without removing oven unit completely from wall?

John for Model Number gmc275pr001

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heated up but the blower still won't shut off even after the oven has been off for a while

Mlmk for Model Number CJLJC;C;C;

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When I use my upper oven, the fan makes awful screeching noises. Could it be the blower motor assembly?

Cheri for Model Number RBD305PDQ6

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I`ve replaced the top oven fan (4455334) only to find out that I figured wrong. I believe I need fan #w10016550. Are these fans supposed to run together no matter which oven you use? Mine do. 99% of the time we use the top,and never figured that the bottom fan was running too. Is it wired wrong? Thank you

Angelo for Model Number GBD307PDB09

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Our combo oven has a really bad vibration noise most likely from the blower. Now, it seems to not be working... What to do?

Paul for Model Number Whirlpool GMC305PRB01

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While in the self cleaning mode the oven shut down. I checked the Thermal cut-off (fuse) and it was bad so I purchased a replacement. I had the same fuse replaced a year ago and I believe this is the first time we've run the cleaning mode since the repair a year ago. So is there anything else I should check before installing the new fuse. Should the Cooling Blower run during the self cleaning mode? If it doesn't could that be why it's blowing the fuse. Thanks

Ken K for Model Number KEBC177

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Our electric went out for 12 hrs, when it came back on our fan/blower on oven kept running. We turn the breaker off for a while but when we turned it back on it still kept blowing, plus if you turned the oven on back it does not heat up! I did find that if you turn on broil that heats up! We just put in a new thermal overload, lower element and a oven sensor, but the fan keeps blowing, again we did the capacity set up and the bake element heated up but the blower still won't shut off even after the oven has been off for a while!! Do you know what it could be? Thank you,

Janet for Model Number whirlpool RBS305PDB12 wall oven

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I have a Kitchen-Aid with this model number but it is a single oven. Which vent blower should I order?

Richard C. for Model Number KEBS107DWH7

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