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Sealed Burner Assy

Part Number: AP4394705
MFG Part Number: 3412D024-26
Made by: Whirlpool
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Color: Grey

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 Burner & Related.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 3412D024-26 (AP4394705) replaces 74003965, 12500099, 12500051, 1514969, 3412D015-14, 3412D016-14, 3412D017-14, 3412D017-26, 3412D018-26, 3412D025-26, 74007309, AH2356992, EA2356992, PS2356992.

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Burner rusted out inside Timothy K. • Bayville, NJ • September 06, 2014

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Burner not working and burn up Lap Shun C. • Elmhurst, NY • August 14, 2014

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Broken igniter Charles C. • St. Charles, MO • March 28, 2014

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How do you remove the burners? Do I pull on them?

Charlie for Model Number mgr4411bdw

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The small, white tubular ceramic insulator attached to the sparking unit on my gas burner has cracked thus not allowing the spark to be directed towards the gas flow. Do I need to replace the complete sealed unit or can I buy the sparking electrode separately?

Colonel R. for Model Number CHG9800BAE

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I need to replace a range burner due to non functioning igniter. The manual says that the burner is not a consumer replaceable item. The web info is to twist the burner 1/4 turn counter clockwise. Mine will not budge. Do I need to put a large channel lock on this, or is there something I am missing. Thanks for your help,

Doug for Model Number 6498VVV

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(1) What is the maximum height of the flames of these 4 burners ? I found my flames are pretty low, what could be the problem ?I was told that I can clean the holes of these burners to get higher flame, is that possible ? (2) All 4 burners are the same, can I replace one or two of them with bigger burners or burners with higher flames ? (3) Where are the controllers for adjusting the flame heights ? Thanks, Larry

Larry G for Model Number CGR1420BDW

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When troubleshooting the front burners not working I took off the right fr burner and saw the rusted hole/opening at the bottom of the burner and figured the gas was going there instead of going through as it should. My question is are the four burners the same part # (seems wise to update the others after seeing how corroded this one was) also, the spark at the burners occasionally don't spark, do you suggest changing all the electrodes and if so what there part # Thx David

David for Model Number CGR1420BDW

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We have been removing the burners for years in order to thoroughly clean them. Eventually all the orange rubber washer rings that went in-between the stove and the burner fell apart. I was told that these rings are not necessary. The burners are still operating well however, recently the flame is also coming out of the gap between the stove and the burner. This gap is not visible but I suspect the seal has just worn out considering how often we remove them to clean. Can we still get the orange washers, should we order new burners or can we just ignore this problem? Thanks for your help.

Heather for Model Number Maytag CRG9800CAE

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