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Kit, Hood & Valve

Part Number: AP4009625
MFG Part Number: 12002604
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Regulator Or Pressure Regulator.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 12002604 (AP4009625) replaces 1116557, 74008808, 74010218, AH2003932, EA2003932, PS2003932.

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Bad bake valve & ignitor Richard W. • Ashville, OH • November 15, 2014

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How to Replace Kit, Hood & Valve #12002604

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Kit, Hood & Valve #12002604 for Range made by Whirlpool, Maytag, Jenn-Air, Amana. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


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Broil works, but Bake does not. There was a small fire in the bottom back of the unit, so I repaired the wires - still no ignition. Checking voltage, I get 120v on both leads on the molex connector for the broil ignitor when the circuit is on. When I check the voltage on the bake ignitor, I get 120v on the one lead when I touch my other lead to ground, but when I have my leads in the molex connector, I don't get 120v. So, the bake ignitor is missing the neutral. Does the neutral come from the solenoid on the regulator assembly? Also, I moved the neutral from the broil solenoid and attached it to the bake solenoid, and it dropped for the broil - if that makes sense. I didn't connect the bake lead the broil solenoid because it is a smaller connector, and I didn't want to take the time to cut wire and install a flag terminal. Any help would be appreciated, and I would like to buy the right part that you have on your site. Much thanks, Wunji

Wunji for Model Number MGR5755QDB


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First - great professional answers on here and best price I have found on this part. The oven burner will not light. With the floor of the oven removed, the ignitor can be seen burning bright red, but the valve does not open to allow the gas in. Service man has made multiple calls under warranty and replaced ignitor twice but I am pretty sure nothing was wrong with the previous ones. They were never able to fix it. However, the oven lights flawlessly when one of the eyes on the stove is burning. It will stay lit even after you turn off the stove burner, but will not relight after reaching the temperature and cycling unless the stove burner remains on. Gave up on service calls and simply left an eye on the stove burning on low when using the oven. Obviously, this is not the safest way to operate an oven. I assume that the drop of pressure by turning on the stove top is somehow allowing a possibly weak bake burner solenoid/valve to open which might not otherwise have been able to open under more pressure. When the valve is open for the stove top, or when the oven burner is allowed to light, there is a buzzing sound that comes from the regulator/valve area. I will check to make sure that there is proper voltage/ohms to the ignitor and valves per the excellent instructions you have previously given here. Assuming this checks out, I would guess either the valve or regulator is bad. I know there are no guarantees, but do you think that I have a good chance of replacing whatever is wrong by simply purchasing this assembly?

Wesley for Model Number KGRS205TBL2


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I have replaced the oven probe the oven still wont get to temperature if it does it takes a while to reach it and wont hold temperature,

Brian for Model Number AGR5725RDW


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Hi. I replaced the igniter (74008064) for my KichenAid KGRS205TSS range. The igniter heats up and the gas starts flowing, but it still won’t light up after 5 min (you can smell the gas). I cleaned all the holes. Also I can turn on the oven manually, so it looks there is enough gas flow to keep the oven on, but not enough to turn it on automatically via the igniter. Any idea what the problem is?

Michael for Model Number KichenAid KGRS205TSS range


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Everything works except broiler. Igniter glows but burner does not light?

Kevin for Model Number mgr5775qdq


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The stove top works. The oven and the broiler both make the bake error code blink. Before the oven stopped working the stove would lock it self randomly when the oven was on. We had to trip the breaker to unlock it, it would not unlock by the control panel.

John for Model Number mgr5775qdq


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