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    • Part Number: AP3110028
    • MFG Part Number: 4451042
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Oven does not come on. No Lights. But beeps when buttons are pressed. Is this the control board or could it be the thermal fuses??? Control board is no longer available, so looking at options for repairing it if that is the problem. Any help would be appreciated.

Jim for Model Number GBD277PDT7

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I need a control panel thermal fuse for an RBD245PDQ12 wall oven. The parts list you have doesn't show one for this model. I need the in-line fuse that has the two female 1/4 inch ends.

Jeff for Model Number RBD245PDQ12

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My electric range will only preheat to 290 degrees, but the broiler works. What part might I need?

Lorraine for Model Number wfe714hlaso

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Although power/circuit breaker is on, there is no power to the control board. When pushing "Upper Oven" and "Start" a short beep, followed by a long beep, followed by three short beeps are heard. I purchased two of the 4451042 fuse from you. Two questions: Is that the right fuse and if so do I have to remove the oven to get to the back to remove a cover over the lower oven area to change the fuse? Or can you tell me where it is located? Thanks, Peter

Peter for Model Number Whirlpool RBD275PDQ4

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My display lights are out, no clock or temp, but the oven works fine. What should I check?

Dave for Model Number RBD275PDQ2

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My Double Oven Display board is not functioning. There is no display of any type on the control panel. I do not know if the circuit board has failed or if the Thermal Fuse has Blown. I checked all of the breakers for the wall unit and they are ok. I did have a power outage the other day and I noticed that the oven did not display anything after the electricity came on. Any Idea's

John for Model Number RBD305PDQ2

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I have Whirlpool Double wall oven GBD307 which stopped working after self clean cycle. There was no display and the upper door oven door was locked. After reading many posts on internet including at this site, I purchased and replaced both the thermal fuses parts from appliancepartspros - AP3885687 Thermal overload (for upper oven) and AP3110028 Thermal Fuse (for control panel). After changing both the fuse when I turned the circuit breaker... there is burning smell coming from the control panel. Needless to say, there is still no display and door is locked. :-( There was no smell coming from control panel with circuit breaker ON before changing the fuses. Any suggestion is appreciated.

Appnovice for Model Number GBD307

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I have this unit double oven, the light inside comes on but there is no power to the panel, I have checked the house breaker but still nothing , when I push the upper start button it starts to come on then beeps and shuts off. model RBD305PDB8, I have read on your site about the fuse can this be the problem ,Thank you

Jack L for Model Number RBD305PDB8

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If I need to replace a thermal fuse, how do I do that?

Jim for Model Number RBD275PDQ4

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Whirlpool gold series double oven shut down during the self cleaning process. I was advised to changed thermal fuse part# 4451042. I did and the oven control panel is back on but, the upper oven heating elements are not getting hot at all. What should I do next?

Gina for Model Number GBD307PDB1

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