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Thermal Fuse

Part Number: AP3133249
MFG Part Number: 4451354
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 Fuse Or Sensor.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 4451354 (AP3133249) replaces 589824, AH374640, EA374640, PS374640.

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How to Replace Thermal Fuse #4451354

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Thermal Fuse #4451354 for Range, Wall Oven made by Whirlpool. 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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Where is the shutdown fuse located? Inside the oven(s) or on the back of ovens?

Vernon for Model Number RBD305PDB14


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One and a half hour into self-cleaning my oven lost complete power.The breaker did not trip. This has happened to me before, the only difference this time is I am doing the repair myself. I have installed a new thermal fuse (4451354) and still do not have power. What would you recommend me replacing next. I did notice that I replaced fuse 4451354 and the repair tech that came out last time replaced 4456654. Are these the same fuses?

Shawna for Model Number RBD305PDB15


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Self cleaning cycle caused it to die. No lights, no screen, didn't throw the breaker. I keep reading the same thing about the thermal fuse needing to be replaced. But when I read my ovens tech sheet it says nothing about this fuse, but it does talk about the oven shut down thermal fuse. Is this the same thing? The tech sheet then has different thermal fuse part numbers depending on "opening temp F" ? Not sure what that is. I'm assuming that my oven is the kind I'll have to pull completely out of the wall? Replacing this in the control panel would be too easy!

Andrea for Model Number RBD305PDT12


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My oven is not working. It doesn't have any power at all - no light, no clock, no panel. There was a power surge recently. Is the thermal fuse the right place to start or is it maybe the panel?

Scott in Ttown for Model Number RBD305PDB15


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I recently posted a question about a Whirlpool oven that I am having problems with. I located the thermal fuse and read voltage across the fuse was 240, but there was no continuity across the fuse. I recently replaced the bake element. If i jumper out the fuse will the elements kick in after the pre-heat cycle. Or is the risk to great to try? What else should I check before replacing parts? Please advise!!!!

Luke L. for Model Number RBS245PRQ00


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I seem to have them same problem as a lot of people out there. I used self clean cycle and oven would not heat up afterward. I all replaced the bake element and still nothing. I was doing research today and saw people referencing that the "thermal fuse" might be blown. I check up the part and could not find this part. Does whirlpool name a different name for it?

Luke for Model Number RBS245PRQ00


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