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    • Part Number: AP3851248
    • MFG Part Number: 8302994
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The clock won't reset and when you try to bake it won't turn the element on. I believe it is because the clock won't respond. I am thinking I need to replace AP3851248. Does that sound right? Thanks

John P for Model Number RS675PXGB12

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I measured 120v at control board, p2-3 and p2-1. I also have line voltage at p1-2 and R. There are no lights on control panel. Is this a bad control board?

Debbie for Model Number GBS307PDT11

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When pushing the increase baking temp button, the temp only decreases. Cannot get temp to increase on the panel.

Rachel H for Model Number RBS305PD86

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Initial problem was baking element not heating, removed it and it ohm out at 27.8. I reinstalled worked fine, while I was checking it, each time I opened the oven door the baking element stopped working. Is that normal ??

David for Model Number Gbs307pds11

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The oven lights on our drop-in range, has started blinking on-off for no reason. If I turn the light on it stays on, shut it off it starts blinking. Also when it is blinking, there is a clicking noise with it.

Daryl D for Model Number RS610PXGW1

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My wife was performing the self-cleaning feature and had designated 2 1/2 hour cleaning. After being on for about an hour, the display screen went blank and the door would not release after oven was cool. The breaker did not go off but there was a smell that reminded me of a transformer. I am suspecting that the control panel has malfunctioned. Before ordering a replacement, does that sound logical. The oven is nearly 9 years old and I'm torn between repairing versus replacing. I would appreciate your thoughts and comments. Thank you!

Larry S for Model Number Whirlpool Built-In Electric Convection Oven

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Oven goes into Lock after reaching about 300 and indicates error code E2 F3. Do you think this is the control board? If so, is replacing the control board in a RBS245 similar to the instructions I see listed for the RBS305? Remove screws at bottom, remove trim, remove board keeping track of harnesses?

Richard for Model Number RBS245PDQ16

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Hello Nick. if the sensor is reading 850 at room temp, it is bad. However, it does not make the board turn off. It sounds like the control board and the sensor will need to be replaced on the unit. You can test L1 on the board and see if there is 120 volts AC there. If so, board is bad. Thanks for the answer. I checked L1, L2, N, and E. All of them are 120V. The normal is 240V, right? Do I need to check the suppressor and how to check it? Thanks

Nick for Model Number RBS305PDQ16

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My whirlpool electric oven control board was off. I checked the thermal fuse, bake element, broil element and they are ok. I used the digital multimeter to check temperature sensor and it is 850. The normal is 1000 to 1100. I am not sure if this is the problem. I do not know how to check the control board. Can you tell me? Thanks

Nick for Model Number RBS305PDQ16

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When selecting bake I can only turn the temperature up. the temperature down button does not work. Can I just replace the control panel assembly (part no. AP3176849) or do I have to replace the oven control board (part no. AP3851248)?

JC8952 for Model Number RS696PXGB10

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