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    • Part Number: AP4326911
    • MFG Part Number: W10181986
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This gas oven will not hold temp. Any attempt to manually increase temp. fails. Is this an oven sensor assembly? Stove works fine.

Steve for Model Number SCF365PEGW 5

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When oven is on there is a noise coming from somewhere (?) Clicking and whining is how I would refer to it. Does this have to do with the temp? So far it has been heating to temp. Thanks

Connie for Model Number RF368LXPS 1

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When baking, the oven usually overshoots the set temperature by approximately 50°F. The temperature generally then falls to the correct setting. Is this normal? My wife thinks something is wrong. Thanks!

Keith X. for Model Number Whirlpool AccuBake Oven

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Hi - I have a gas oven whirlpool gold accu bake duo. I am getting an E4-F3 code and frequently after oven is on for a few minutes it just shuts off and shows this error code. Last month I replaced the oven sensor assembly as shown in your video: How to Replace Oven Sensor Assembly #W10181986 other information I have seen on the internet says that I may need to replace an OPEN OVEN SENSOR or that there is a LOWER SENSOR that I may need to replace. Would appreciate any feedback you can give about possible problem or necessary part numbers. Thanks

4PETEE

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At times when we are using the oven, the oven will not continue to heat when required. For example with the oven set at 350, the igniter will try to kick on to continue to heat the oven to maintain the temperature of 350. But you hear the igniter click in an attempt to light the oven burner but it does not light. This is not a constant issue. It does not occur on every time we use the oven. I had someone take a look at the oven and they said they believed it was a bad thermostat. On these ovens the computer board starts to go we're it believes the temperature has been met so it will try to kick on but it will shut off. Does this make sense? And I'm wondering if it is just the temperature sensor going bad. Looking for some additional opinions.

Steven for Model Number Whirlpool SF367LEMB

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Hi what are the most common problems with why the oven won't light, I just get a little click and nothing when I press the bake or broil buttons and start.

Micheal for Model Number WHIRLPOOL GAS RANGE OVEN- MODEL WFG231LVS

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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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