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    • Part Number: AP3009547
    • MFG Part Number: 4451985
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I read this: Whenever the circuit breaker is on, this oven makes a very high pitched whining noise that's just barely audible. It's like when a hearing aide is turned up too loud. The noise occurs whenever the oven has power, including when it's actually being used. Should I just start replacing parts or is there something specific to try? I noticed there is an electronic "suppressor" module for the KEBS277DWH11, part 4451985. Is it possible I have some bad electric components in the oven? Ss Nn for Model Number KEBS277DWH11 Answer Hello. See if the noise is coming from the board 4453661. If so, then it is bad. The control board has been permanently discontinued by the manufacturer and we don't know of any source or replacement for the part. QUESTION: if the control board is bad, what could happen?

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Whenever the circuit breaker is on, this oven makes a very high pitched whining noise that's just barely audible. It's like when a hearing aide is turned up too loud. The noise occurs whenever the oven has power, including when it's actually being used. Should I just start replacing parts or is there something specific to try? I noticed there is an electronic "suppressor" module for the KEBS277DWH11, part 4451985. Is it possible I have some bad electric components in the oven?

Ss Nn for Model Number KEBS277DWH11

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My noise filter just blew up! I had replaced the control board and front face a month ago and just now it showed a power failure and a bang and the Noise Filter 4451985 had blown a resistor. what might be wrong?

Steve H for Model Number gmc275

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I have installed 2 refurbished control boards and both have had issues. I am wondering if I should I check the voltage either off of the Suppressor, Transformer or somewhere else to determine if irregular voltage is causing control board issues?

Kendell K for Model Number KitchenAid/Whirlpool KEBS228DSS8

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Hello, Does this oven have a fuse? If it does, where is it located? My oven has power going to the control panel but the oven will not work(get hot) Thank you! Alfredo

Alfredo for Model Number RBS305PDQ16

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Trying to re-wire the suppressor and can't remember which wire goes to which terminal on the suppressor. Thanks

Bill for Model Number KEBC177KSS03

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Control panel went blank and nothing worked other than pressing a key I would hear two beeps. Replaced the control board and I now have a display but noticed the oven doesnt heat. I checked #4451354 and seems to have continuity. Any thoughts?

Kelkar for Model Number RBD275PBD14

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I have a control board that starting showing an error on screen. I replaced the control board, however, the clock runs 11 seconds fast. I sent the board back for a replacement and when the new board arrived it exhibits the same problem. If I run the countdown timer you can tell it's clicking too fast. A 1 minute countdown takes 48 seconds. I can't believe both control board would arrive defective with the same problem. Someone told me it was the control board transformer. I tested (ohm) the winding and one was good the other seemed a little lower than spec. I have replaced the transformer and still .... clock runs fast. Please tell me the control board received it's clock timing from the 60hz AC line and a bad filter board is most likely the culprit for the incorrect timing. Rich

Rich V for Model Number RBD305PDT12

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I ran the self-cleaning and then the fan would not shut off. (The oven did heat up, just the fan would not shut off.) We replaced the thermal fuse and it didn't help. Had a tech come out and he said the board was bad. Found a guy on Craigslist who said he could solder and fix the board. After he left, both the lower and upper oven would not heat and the fan ran continuously. Sent the board in to fixyourboard.com and installed it. Now the fan is fixed because it only comes on when the oven is trying to heat but, still none of the elements heat in any mode. The supressor is not in the oven because I was told that I could test it without it. Any ideas on all this?

Robin for Model Number Whirlpool double wall oven

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Ran self clean on oven. Now have nothing on display and door locked. Replaced thermal overload and no difference. Then saw V1 on the suppressor was fried. Replaced that and still no display. There is power going into and out of suppressor. There is power going into circuit board, but no power coming out of board. Would a bad door latch motor, circuit board, transformer cause this?

Rb for Model Number IBS550PRS03

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