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    • Part Number: AP3879224
    • MFG Part Number: 9759242
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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How many thermal fuses are on this model? I found two behind the control panel and one in the back of the stove. After replacing one in the front (from your store), all three are working correctly. The oven still won't light and the heating elements don't kick on. The stove top burners are working fine. I suspect there is a fuse I am missing. Thanks for your help. If there is a second fuse on the back, could you tell me where? The factory diagram is not helpful.

Bob for Model Number KGRS807SSS00

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My Kitchen Aid Architect Series II Electric Range will not heat up on the baking mode or broil mode. How can I fix it myself? Thank You

Little Blue Eyes for Model Number KESS907SWWOO

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After the big earthquake up here in Napa/Sonoma our igniters stopped working on our Kitchen Aid stove oven combo. Electric top element works in oven, but can only attain 300 degrees. Gas burner on bottom will not ignite as well as the burners. I can still use the burners, but must light manually. Any ideas? Many thanks, Rafe Tomsett 707-227-9910

Rafe Tomsett for Model Number KGSS907SSS03

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This will be the 4th time I have replaced the Hi Limit thermal fuse. I also replaced the Blower motor last time. Whenever I clean the oven we blow this thermal fuse. What else can be wrong with the oven? Do I need to replace something else? The last time the repair man was here he told me not to use the auto clean, simply hand clean. I did not buy a self cleaning oven to hand clean it. Any suggestions?

Tommie F. for Model Number KEBC107KSSC3

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After running (attempting to run) the self clean cycle, thermal fuse blew and power to oven went out. I replaced the fuse but still have no power to the oven!! And suggestions?

John for Model Number KEBC208KSS02

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We had a power outage, and the following day when we attempted to fire up the oven, the control panel was not illuminated. The lights in the oven work, but when you attempt to turn the oven on, you just get a series of beeps. Beeps sound like: One - two, three, four, five. Thanks for the help

Greg for Model Number RBD306PDT14

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Oven worked fine, next day no lights on control panel and will not turn on. There is power to the unit and it beeps when you press the buttons, but does not operate. Can you please help!

Terry M for Model Number KEBC277KBT03

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The sister board in the top of the oven sparked. When I was moving the oven, it just sits up there loose, don't know why. Oven worked fine for a week or so. Now it looks like it works fine but the elements do not get hot. The sister board has black marks on it from the spark. Do you think I need a new sister board? Why did it keep working for a week just fine? And why does it just sit in there loose around all that metal if it is that "hot".

Hampton for Model Number whirlpool double oven

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The oven continues to blow fuse ( 9759242 thermal cutoff) when run through self cleaning cycle. I have replaced it twice. How do I fix the problem?

Eric for Model Number kitcheen aide kebc107

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The right rear cooktop element will not heat up but the other three elements work properly. Is this a "diy" repair and if so what is the part number? Thanks in advance

Tom for Model Number KERA807

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