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    • Part Number: AP3885687
    • MFG Part Number: 9759243
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The Oven Temp isn't maintained. It turns on fine.I have a conventional oven and a convection oven. It seems the convection oven is OK. I replaced the sensor & checked both Broil & Bake elements and they are fine. Recently I cleaned the oven and It left so much more debris and baked on grease that I had to use a scour pad to remove. Not at all like it use to clean. Could it possible be the thermostat?

Diane for Model Number GY398LXPS03

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This is a built-in oven but I don't understand how to pull it out so I can replace the thermal overload fuse. There's nothing to hold on to to get a grip to pull it out. What's the trick to this?

Larry for Model Number GBS307PRS

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Turned 1 coil on the stove top it made some buzzing sound, then a loud bang and blew off the indicator light (4456181). Now all 4 coils won't heat up but the oven still works fine.

Jason for Model Number RS675PXG015

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The oven or broiler will not heat up. all the controls light up and work just oven won't heat up. also convection on microwave will not heat up

Debbie for Model Number KEMC308KBL0

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How to replace thermal overload AP3885687 in top oven of Whirlpool GBD307PDT3

Garland for Model Number GBD307PDT3

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My top broiler will not get hot. The bottom unit in that oven gets hop but not the top one. I checked the broiler heating element and there is continuity. The total bottom oven works. Thank you for any help you can give me.--Gordon

Gordon D for Model Number RBD245PRQ00

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The oven heats to about 350 degrees and then starts beeping with an error code of F2-E3. Also showed start? at one point. Looked online and I think the error code corresponds to a bad keypad. Is there anything else it could be as the keypad was replace about 2 years ago.

Jim for Model Number YKEMC308KM0

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Hi I wasn't even using oven when I heard it beep a series of times and walked out to find the display blank. The buttons all still beep when touched and interior light works but the elements don't turn on when I push bake and start. If I reset the breaker the display comes on for a few seconds then goes right back off. Also says PF and locks in this brief few seconds its on and sounds like it's running. Any input would be appreciated ,thank you for your time.

Leslie for Model Number RBD305 PDQ14

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After using self cleaning feature, my oven will not turn up on Bake setting, only down. Thermal fuse is also broken. When I try to adjust up, temperature counts down. Is there a control panel still available to fix this oven model, or am I looking at full replacement of my oven.

Steve for Model Number RBS275PDBG

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Looks like the top element just blew out. Heating to 375, suddenly sounded like the garbage disposal was on (coming from the oven), fire and bright light coming from inside upper over. After it stopped the oven had turned off, and now wont turn on, control panel is completely dark. Checked the breakers, none had tripped, tried flipping them on and off to make sure, no change. My thinking is that there is a fuse somewhere in the oven, and i found the thermal fuse part, but other folks seem to indicate that the oven still was on even with the fuse blown. Would blowing that thermal fuse or thermal overload cause the unit to go completely dark?

Tim for Model Number GBD307PDS09

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