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    • Part Number: AP3968900
    • MFG Part Number: W10107820
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My range goes into self-cleaning mode (door locks) and starts to heat up. After 5 minutes, it shuts down and displays the code: F5E0. Does this still point to the door latch assembly since it does start to heat up?

Bob C for Model Number Whirlpool 465

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My stove is a Kenmore electric Range/oven Model #790.96219404. The oven door will not unlock. I check on the parts for it on the internet gave me parts numbers need to know if this is part ok. Door Latch Assembly #AP3968900 Hope you can help me out

Joe B for Model Number Kenmore Electric Stove/oven - model #790.96219404

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I removed my latch motor/switch assembly and determined the motor was fried (apparently from heat exiting from what appeared to be the overload device below). Part # w10107820 only has one switch on it, and is not compatible? Apparently mine, with two switches, is part #ap3968901, much more expensive. Both my switches appear fine. If I buy a w10107820, can I use it by either installing the second switch in what appears to be screw holes, or could I rob the motor from a new w10107820 and install it on the existing unit I have?

Bill for Model Number whirlpool rf377pxg

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When I start the Clean Cycle on my Whirlpool gs563lxss0 it gives an error of E1 F5. Do I need to replace with part # AP3968900 or should I troubleshoot differently?

Robert D for Model Number GS563LXSS0

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My range is a ge is the switch still the same?

Rodger for Model Number Jsp40bow4bb

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I've read numerous replies from other people over the oven door switch, but one thing I've not seen is that the plastic piece continually turns (as if it doesnt know when the door is locked). Is this just the switch gone bad or a major problem?

Steve W. for Model Number wfg374lvb1

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After a power outage we are getting a F5E1 error code. We tried resetting the code and that didn't work. The door is not stuck shut, but it will not allow us to bake anything.

Todd for Model Number WFG361LVQ1

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My oven and cooktop stopped working in middle of use. The display still works and it showed a code of F9 which seems to be the door lock switch. All the conections are good and I have not switched the part out yet. When I was looking at the connections I noticed what looks like a capacitor right below the switch had a brown spot like it got really hot. Would I have to replace it also. If so what is the part number and is it as easy as the switch to replace. I have an Whirlpool electric oven with a flat top. Im not sure the model # but the breakdown looks like #rf362lxsq0. Thanks for any help you can give me.

Jon

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Hi, When I press the bake bottom the oven attempts to ignite but fails, if I ignite manually it works until it reaches the desire temp then it starts to cool down following with several more attempts to ignite but it fails. After checking the failure error code it gives my the F5E1. What should I do?

Millie

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top fire ok but not oven. use only almost a year. lock seems ok. code is F5E2. and when i play hold start 3 sec, it shows padlock. then again to release. still no fire. oh yes strange upsidedown F E 5 upsidedown F. no broil either. which part to blame? thanks n await quick ans.jeff

Jeffrey S for Model Number WFG361LVB1

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