24/7 Customer Support

:

Chat with a Pro

Torx Screw

Part Number: AP3008534
MFG Part Number: 3368921
Made by: Whirlpool
Our Price
Regularly You Save
$4.33 $1.84

In Stock — Ships Monday Guaranteed

Questions & Answers

7 Questions & Answers


Size: 7-18 x 3/4 inch.

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Screws, Nuts, Washers and Range / Cooktop / Oven Screws, Nuts, Washers.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

Appliance Compatibility Tool

Check your model number or use our Cross Reference Tool to find out if this part will work with your appliance.

Where can I find my model number?

More Product Images

Repair Help

Cross Reference Information

Part Number 3368921 (AP3008534) replaces 3400701, 522970, 7101P685-60, AH342835, EA342835, PS342835.

Have a Repair Question?
AppliancePartsPros has your Answer!

Questions & Answers

Read all 7 Questions

Ask a Question

Most Interesting

I need to replace a screw on the inside of my Whirlpool oven door. Could you find the part number?

Lisa for Model Number sf362lxsq


Was this helpful?

To convert to propane from natural gas, does the top of stove have to come off?

Chuck for Model Number 1998 whirlpool gold stove accu bake gs475leks


Was this helpful?

Is this the screw that attaches the burner assembly? It appears so on the diagram, but wanted to be sure. My current burner screws are phillips, not torx. If so, should I replace all 8 screws? Of course, the two I need to remove to replace the ignitor are the only two I'm having trobel removing.

Kenny for Model Number JGC8430BDB


Was this helpful?

Latest Questions

The igniter on the right front main burner got pushed down inside the whole. Now we cant turn on the burner, it just keeps sparking all burners. I tried to use torx driver on the screw on the right and the head snapped off. The head on the left side screw is fried and rotted. I am thinking I will need to use a drill but to knock that head off as well. It is my understanding that the manifold fill pop off and there must be a screw that held in the igniter in place thats should be sitting down in the body of the cooktop. Correct? What is the best way for me to get the shafts of those two screw out? WD40 and a pliers? Thanks Steve

Steve for Model Number JGD8430ADS


Was this helpful?

Are these screws stainless steel or what kind are they? Since the original burner screws are rotted and stuck I'd like the replacements to last better.

Sarah for Model Number JGS9900BDF


Was this helpful?

Is this a quantity of one screw? The burner requires two.

Jennifer M. for Model Number WFG361LVQ


Was this helpful?