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    • Part Number: AP3853531
    • MFG Part Number: 9759944
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Thank you for your earlier response. I did request a replacement part for p/n 9759944 thrmst-fix and the new one I received does not show continuity across the terminals. This is the second one I received is it possible that two of them in a row can be defective? Thanks for your help.

John for Model Number Kitchenaid KESC300BBL9

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Broiler and baking element do not heat up. How do I test the Thermostat Fix p/n 9759944. I was able to test the thermal fuse p/n 341196 and it has continuity but was not able to test the thermostat fix p/n 9759944

John for Model Number Kitchenaid KESC300BBL9

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I am having trouble with the oven not coming to temp quickly, and also is not maintaining temp. Troubleshooting shows that even though the igniter glows brightly, it is only registering 2.1vac at the gas valve (which is rated for 3-3.3vac). If I tap on the gas valve it will open and the gas ignites properly and shuts off properly when it reaches temp. The broiler seems to work properly with only 2.2vac. Although it does zero out, i am wondering if my digital meter is accurate. I think it would open if there were a little more current. Is there a way to adjust the voltage going to/through the igniters/valve? A second issue is the temp probe display sometimes flashes/beeps on and off as the oven heats up when not using the probe.

Ron for Model Number kgst307hbt5

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Dual burner will not cutoff. The switch has no effect. Have to cut house breaker off to stop heating.

Jeff J for Model Number KERC607HWH4

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There are several problems with this range. It all may be related to the main circuit board. When the weather is very humid and the AC is not on, the stove sometimes starts itself. Another problem is the stove does not reach the temperature the stove is programmed for or it will take almost an hour if programmed for Convection Bake at 400 Degrees. The other problem is the burners snap continually when you turn on the gas to light them....especially the left front. Is this all circuit board related?

Jonathan for Model Number KGST307GBS0

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the range has several problems and the circuit board may have to be replaced...1st problem.....the oven takes forever to reach the temperature programmed. Set it for 400 degrees on Convection Bake it took 38 minutes. Sometimes it will stop at 355 degrees and go no further. Have cleaned temp sensor and it ohmed out at a little over 1K. 2nd problem...the burners snap (specifically the left front) when turning on the gas to light the burner. Have cleaned relay which eliminates the problem but in a week the snapping returns. 3rd problem....when the weather is humid the stove will start itself so I unplug it. When you plug in the stove the "Probe" icon will display and the stove cannot be programmed to do anything. Temporary fix is to turn off the AC. Help!

Bruce for Model Number KGST307GB50

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Please help me buy the right part? My KitchenAid Model KERK807PSS00's right front element (standing facing the stove) will come on normally, then it cuts off in about 3 seconds. It's indicator light then blinks. You can turn it off and after it cools down you can repeat the process (gets hot quick, turns off, light for that burner blinks. Thanks, Ted

Ted Y for Model Number KERK807PSS00

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I recently replaced the control circut board on my oven because the display would go blank after the oven got warm. It now works. But I started wondering why it would overheat and discovered that the cabinet blower (P/N 9751020) located in draw on bottom of oven, does not come on when the oven is on. I have removed and tested the fan, and it works. My question is what controls this fan? Is this fan suppose to run anytime oven is on or just when the cabinet interior walls (not the oven, the space between oven and exterior walls) reach a certan temp? if so what temp? I have had my oven set at 425* for over an hour and fan never kicked in, using both conventional and convection modes. Any ideas? Thanks, Thom

Thom for Model Number Kitchenaid KESC307HBS8

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kitchenAid KGRT607HBS9 Is the cut-out,thermal #17 part no. 341196 the same as the kitchenaid web site thermostat disc #17 341196? Is the thermostat, fix # 20 9759944(replaces 97751984) the same as kitchenaid web site fuse bimetal #20 9751984.

Dave for Model Number kgrt607hbs9

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I orded part no ap3853531 I receiveded the part. There are two of them under my control panel. Do I need to replace both? Thank you Carle

Carle

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