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    • Part Number: AP4507762
    • MFG Part Number: W10245259
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Hello. I have a Whirlpool oven. I ran the self clean cycle for the first time ever and the oven has locked and no longer has anything on the display. I contacted Whirlpool and they said I would need a thermal output unit or TOD and a fuse to fix this. Can you tell me which parts this would be? Thank you very much!!!

Pauley for Model Number WFE361LVD0

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I can't set oven tempaerature, info flashes that feature is not available...but I can still set the time on the clock...what could be wrong...also does the oven door not closing properly hav anything to do with oven temp not setting

Terry for Model Number jennair model #jjw9530ddp

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I've ordered a Whirlpool G9CE3065XS electric cooktop to replace an existing gas cooktop and and I would like to pre-wire while waiting for delivery. Unfortunately, no one at Whirpool seems to know if it requires a three-wire or four-wire connection. Are you aware of what that cooktop requires? Thanks!

Ken M for Model Number G9CE3065XS

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Does this model have a thermal fuse and if so which item is it?

Gene for Model Number CWE9000ACE

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We have a bad upper over broil element, was arcing. Upon taking apart I noticed the wire that attaches to the element and the limit switch was frayed and burnt, I disconnected the wire and taped up the other wire figuring the rest of the stove and cook top would work until the new parts are received. Upon reseting the breaker the nothing worked until you turned a cook top knob then the clock would come on but nothing gets hot. Would this limit switch being out of the loop stop everything from working? Also is the wire used between the element and the limit switch a special wire?

Bill for Model Number MER6770AAW

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Will a bad terminal block keep your oven and broiler from working?

Sly for Model Number cer1360aaw

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The back right burner doesn't work and the oven on the functioning of bake doesn't work. We identified the ID part AP4507762 which is in design completely different from the existing design at present. We need your guidance to make sure that we purchase the right part. Can you help?

Solomon S. for Model Number Mer5755qaq

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The terminal block I see in the picture looks different than mine. The one on the back of my stove has 6 contacts, two for each red, black, and white. Will this terminal block work?

Timothy for Model Number WFE361LVS0

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The terminal block on the back of this stove has been damaged by what looks to be a defective part! One of the metal positive posts attached to the block worked its way loose and came in contact with the panel cover and created a dead short against the panel which burt a hole through the galv. panel cover. It also burt the red wire to the stove. Have you heard of this before? This stove is 2 years old and has worked fine. We noticed a flash and a pop 2 to 3 times (at different times) The short alos burt the positive leed on the pigtail, but looks ok to use. Need your thoughts?

Chester N. for Model Number MER7662WS

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For WHIRLPOOL Terminal Block (Part Number: AP4507762) Is this the part that the main cord screws into? Hard to see from the photo. Thank You

John C. for Model Number CER3725AAW

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