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    • Part Number: AP4009009
    • MFG Part Number: 12001656
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I can get the sensor off the oven wall. How does the plastic connector come apart?

Karl for Model Number w30400p

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I believe the sensor is 'cooked' as it were, I found some instructions that say I should be able to remove it from within the oven, the end bit won't go through the little hole. Can I remove the back to access this connection? Thanks

Bonnie for Model Number mer5765rcw

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I have an F3 code coming up when I try to preheat oven. Will sensor replacement solve this? Why are there 2 listings for part #33? Other sites indicate that you must know the Series 59 or 01, is this the difference? My oven does not appear to have Series 59 or 01 shown the only thing close is in the Serial #23C017499858. The "01" in the Serial number is the closest I can tell. No other info on Series is shown on nameplate. Which Part #33 should I order?

Paul for Model Number 38HK-6TXW

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Where do I find the oven temperature sensor and the sensor harness?

J. N.

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I'm working on an oven model gy399lxub1. The oven is running about 20° hotter than the read out on the panel. There is no error code, I suspect the temperature sensor. Is the temperature control on this system self calibrating?

Jim for Model Number gy399lxub1

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Access to temperature sensor on bottom oven of jenn-air electric oven WW30430B. To remove the oven[s] is a major job due to the way the oven unit was installed. Some years ago we replaced the clock board and sensor of the upper oven. We enlarged the sensor hole and managed to pull the connector wire and plug out far enough to replace the sensor. We were able to easily replace the top sensor again. but the bottom sensor appears to be hung up behind the back of the oven. I'll try enlarging the bottom sensor hole, but anyone have a better idea? Thanks, Dave

Mechanicalguy for Model Number WW30430B

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F-7 code keeps coming on, press cancel to stop, but comes right back on. Had to unplug stove to stop. Is this the oven sensor? Have been having problems with the panel not staying light up.

Paula for Model Number CHE9830BCE

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Hi on the oven the code f3e5 oven temp sensor so replaced it. the oven still won't work and the same code comes up. Does the wiring harness need to also be replaced?

Kim for Model Number RF315PXKQ0

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Yes I bought a control board and my stove does not heat up good broiler works great do I need oven tempature sensor.

Tim for Model Number wfe371lvso

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the bottom oven doesn't heat. replaced the element; no help. The schematic shows a heating sensor. Is there one of these for both ovens or does one control both. If this is defective could this be the cause of non heating?

Ralphie for Model Number MER6775AAQ

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