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Surface Unit Switch Kit

Part Number: AP3109444
MFG Part Number: 4391989
Made by: Whirlpool
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Description

This is a universal range surface unit switch with a push to turn, clockwise rotation, break off shaft. Includes screws, mounting plate, push on locking nut, shaft adapter and instruction sheet.

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 Switch.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 4391989 (AP3109444) replaces 14200008, 14201948, 14201949, 14205061, 14205290, 14205479, 14205606, 14205633, 14206268, 14206301, 14206326, 14207520, 14208661, 14208734, 14209349, 14210097, 14215963, 14218532, 2618, 3-1818, 301442, 301666, 301818, 301820, 302949, 304149, 307014, 307016, 307217, 309202, 309203, 309205, 309207, 311208, 311210, 311211, 311212, 311836, 311837, 311838, 311839, 311840, 311841, 311842, 311844, 312705, 312706, 314143, AH373020, EA373020, PS373020.

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How to Replace Surface Unit Switch Kit #4391989

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Surface Unit Switch Kit #4391989 for Cooktop, Range made by Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Roper, Kenmore, Jenn-Air. 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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Infinite switch #4391989. Do you have a video for that switch # or wiring detail for this switch as it pertains to the range model #? Thanks

Sardis H. for Model Number RF377PXGQ0

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I need 3 infinite switches ie. surface switches for my whirlpool range cooktop for 1 large burner and 2 small burners, please let me know if these are available and a price.

Mike R. for Model Number rs6100xkn o

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I was recommend AP3109444 for my range RF385PXPN1. Reading the description it is a universal switch. That says to me that it is not right for the 5 amp(not big enough) and not right for the 10 amp(too big). I found AP3095444 as a 8.9-11 amp switch the burner is 10-11 amps. The switch that I am replace is KS812700-1 a 10-11 amp switch. Help

James S for Model Number RF385PXPN1

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Does the surface unit switch 4391989 will work for a dual burner? I am replacing the one that has the 2 burners next to each other, the one in the right back corner of the cooktop.

Arturo for Model Number KECC502

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Apparently the original part GE WB23X0074 is no longer available. Can part WB21X5243 be used to make the 8 inch and indicator light functions work? It is for the right front element, which normally has 4 inch, 6 inch, 8 inch and girdle functions plus the indicator light? If it can be done can you send a schematic for the electrician to follow? Thanks!

Stanley D. for Model Number JHP67G0V7AD

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I removed the knobs on my cooktop to wipe it down and while I was cleaning between the knob posts I heard a "pop". Now there is no longer power to my cooktop. I have checked all the GFI switches and checked all my breakers and still no power. Is it ruined or can it be repaired?

Karen for Model Number KECC507

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