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    • Part Number: AP4326911
    • MFG Part Number: W10181986
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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When the broiler element comes on in the beginning it seems fine but after that it doesn't see keep it's temperature very well. Could it be the sensor?

Scotto for Model Number 66595023101

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I could not find a model number that matches anything I find normally. I have a Sears Ultra Bake oven that only heats to about 250. I get the E1 F3 error code when I press the off button for five seconds, this is the recall last code. I checked the heat element and it seems to be reading the correct ohms. I checked the temp sensor and it reads 1080 at room temp but when I heat it up with almost boiling water the reading starts to decrease. It never went below 850 ohms though. I am assuming the sensor is bad since it went the wrong direction. Thank you for your assistance.

John for Model Number 9755701

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Hi. I turn my oven on and after a couple minutes it starts beeping continuously with an error code of F3. I had someone look at it and he recommended a new control board which we purchased and this did not fix the problem. Any other ideas? Thanks

Sharon for Model Number WFG231LVS

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I am trying to replace the Oven Sensor Assembly with part #AP4326911. The wire on the new part is too short to allow me to mount the new part into the oven. I tried pulling the wire from inside the oven but it would not budge. Then I removed the sides of the oven to see if I could loosen the wire to lengthen it but did not hav any success. The wire on the new part is 1 inch shorter than the original part.

John for Model Number Whirlpool Gas Range # GS465 LEKS

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A few moments after power is applied, the range begins beeping as the oven temp indicator starts at 350 and gradually beeps down to 170 where it stops with "Start?" showing in the display. At that point the only button that works is "Cancel" which eventually starts the process over again. Occasionally you can get the oven to begin preheating after setting an oven temp but eventually the same thing happens. The control board is not available for purchase but I sent it to Core Centric Solutions for repair and it came back repaired and tested but the same symptoms occur. If I disconnect the ribbon cable from the touch pad I get the E0 F2 error, but with the cable attached there is no error code, just the beeping. Could this possibly be a problem with the oven sensor or more likely the touch pad? The touch pad is a separate part for the control board, but I can't find a part number or anywhere to purchase it separately. Any insight would be appreciated.

Keith for Model Number GS475LEMS 2

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KitchenAid oven will not shut off. All buttons work except the OFF button. Shut off breaker, waited until cool then turned back on. Got an F3E0 message, now AM71UI73EEKET-220 message. According to website, saying its a OPEN temperature sensor. Is that what I should have replaced or is it possible to be the keypad? When it's not on, the OFF button feels normal. When oven is ON, I cannot turn OFF - button feels hard and will not press in.

Brian for Model Number KERA205PSS2

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Oven clicks, and lights, then immediately extinguished before reaching an measurable temperature. Could this be faulty temp sensor or something else?

Elliot for Model Number Whirlpool SF362LXSQ 0

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My whirlpool stove heats up then beeps a few times then shuts off and displays F2 error code?

Denise S. for Model Number SF114PXSQ1

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My oven errors out (F2) during the warm-up cycle; it usually warms up for about six minutes before erroring. Once the F2 error appears, none of the buttons work; at this point I must kill the power and wait about 3 minutes before powering it back on. Once I power it back on, it will bake without erring again. I don't have a meter to test anything, but I'm thinking it's the temperature sensor, based on Google research. What do you think, most likely, is the problem?

Liz for Model Number SF114PXSQI

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Whirlpool oven approximately 3 years old. Serial VEW1504770 When the oven is in the preheat stage, the oven shuts off when it almost reaches the designated temperature and an F2 code appears. When the oven is unplugged and then replugged in approximately 10 minutes later, the oven works fine. Do you think the oven sensor needs to be replaced? Thanks for the help!

Rich for Model Number SF114PXSQZ

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