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    • Part Number: AP2989423
    • MFG Part Number: 3196548
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The oven when preset to a temp, starts heating up and then when it gets to temp it shuts down and doesn't want to reheat and will not cook anything. I thought maybe the oven sensor but I am not sure after reading up on it.

Ct for Model Number RF362LXTQ3

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The oven will not come on for bake or broil. When I push either one then start the PrE lights up, but neither will heat up. The oven light works as well as the top elements. Thanks

Jack for Model Number MER7662XS-1

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both broiler and bake elements will not heat on a whirlpool electric free stand self clean purchased new 2009. not sure what needs to be changed? Thanks for your time, doug

Doug T. for Model Number rf263lxtq3

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If I set the oven to preheat it will count-down as if preheating, however, there is no heat at all. I have replaced the baking element with no change. The broil element work fine. What is the likely problem?

Jeremy for Model Number RF265LXTB3

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My range gave me a code of E3 F4 so I replace the Temperature sensor. Now I am getting a code of E0 F3. Not sure how to proceed.

Tim for Model Number Whirlpool accubake 465

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Hello, I recently began cleaning my stove. I turned off the Circuit Breaker and unplugged it. I then unscrewed the bake and broil elements (did not unclip them) and proceeded with cleaning. Once complete I screwed the bake and broil element in, but when I turned the circuit breaker on, these two elements would not work. The surface elements are fine, the display is fine and no error code occurs. The oven light also works. Checked the two elements and both give readings of 22 Ohms. Would it be possible that the thermal fuse failed?. Thanks, Mike

Mike for Model Number Inglis 30" EASY-CLEAN COOKTOP ELECTRIC RANGE

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The oven stopped getting very hot so we replaced the bake element and the sensor. We thought the problem was solved but I went to cook a turkey breast at 325 for 3 1/2 hours and the oven isnot getting above 175. Also the panel where you program cook time, temp., etc. Makes a lot of clicking noises while the oven is on. What do we need to do next?

Tina G for Model Number rf365pxmw

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Hi, My stove's hot surface indicator light is always on wether the surface is hot or cold. Is the problem the light indicator unit P/N AP3175597, or can it be something else? Is there a test I can perform on this indicator to see if it is faulty? Thanks

Jerry P for Model Number Whirlpool RF378LXKT

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Could the thermal fuse be the issue if the oven and control panel lighting are not functioning? The range top is functioning normally at all four switches and burners.

Johnny for Model Number GR448LXPQ 0

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Power to oven works fine. Everything works except elements, bake and broil. Will power still work on oven if thermal fuse is blown?

Eddie A for Model Number gbs307prb00

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