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Thermal Overload

Part Number: AP3885687
MFG Part Number: 9759243
Made by: Whirlpool
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This is a safety thermostat for the upper oven.

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 9759243 (AP3885687) replaces 4451442, 1061376, AH974727, EA974727, PS974727.

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During self cleaning of our 15 year old whirlpool double oven the oven went out Paul B. • College Station, TX • April 21, 2014

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With microwave door closed the upper heating element in microwave turn on by itself. We have never used the convection part of the microwave. It is very scary microwave heats up with us even using it.

Carlos C for Model Number kemc308kss0

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Whirlpool Gold (self-cleaning oven) Autobake system MOD:GBS277PDQ11 SER: XS0710595 Once we used the self cleaning feature the oven no longer heats at all. This happened once before and the 'part' was replaced. This time I would like to do it myself! I believe this is caused by a problem with the Thermal Fuse/ Thermal Overload (from what I have been reading) Please advise on how to confirm, and what is the part number (for the thermal fuse) for my model? Your help and advise would be greatly appreciated, Sharon

St for Model Number MOD:GBS277PDQ11, SER: XS0710595

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I used the self-cleaning feature on my oven, now it doesn't work. It sounds like it's on because I can hear the fan, but it doesn't get hot. I did this a few years ago and the same thing happened. It was still under warranty at the time so it was repaired by a serviceman. It didn't take long to repair. I can't remember what was replaced. I would like to attempt to do this myself. Can you please help me. Thank you!

Nancy for Model Number RBS305PRQ00

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My Whirlpool double oven intermittently powers off uncommanded. The display panel goes blank. Power can be restored by pressing anywhere on the control panel. The oven will "beep" and the display returns. No fault codes are displayed. Other than this annoying problem the oven functions properly.

Aaron A for Model Number RBD275PDQ6

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Unsure what part needs replacing. Top and bottom element heats, but not hot enough to cook biscuits. I noticed that the heat light comes on, but only for about 30-40 seconds, then goes off. Back on in about same amount of time, but off again in usually a min. or less. It's a Whirlpool smooth surface stove. Thanks for your assistance.

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