My range calls for W10196405 drip pans but I see W10196405RW look the same. Can I use either? What's the difference?
Answer Hello John. The part number ending with the RW is an older version and got replaced by the part with no letters at the end. They are essentially the same part.
I need to replace the drip pans, 3 7" pans and 1 9" pans. Most places I check are 6 or 8 inch pans. Where can I get the 7 & 9 inchers?
Answer Hello Roy. Based on the model number you provided, W10196405RW and W10196406RW are the correct drip pans. If you measure them with the squares on our site, each square is equal to 1". The 6" and 8" is the size of the element, not the bowl size. These should fit the unit and work well!!
I need new drip pans but the photo you show has only two slots for the burners.
The original ones have a slot on all four sides.
Will the two slotted pans work?
Answer Joyce, to verify if these pans will work on your appliance we will need the model number to your unit. Please obtain this information and repost for further assistance. Thank you!
I am looking for a drip bowl set for this range. What part number should I get?
Answer Sylvia, according to your model you will use part number W10196406RW for the 6" drip pan and part number W10196405RW for the 8" drip pan. Thanks!
My electric range is rusting at the spot beneath the burner bowls. I have already replaced the old burner bowls with new ones. What can I use to stop the rust on the electric range?
Answer Hello Ivy! You can try using rust remover W10278629 to clear up the existing rust on the appliance. Keep the top clear of any liquids and dry at all times and make sure that the area stays clean. Hope this helps you!