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Valve & Regulator Assembly

Part Number: AP3178816
MFG Part Number: 9755424
Made by: Whirlpool
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Oven safety gas valve and regulator.

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 Regulator Or Pressure Regulator.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 9755424 (AP3178816) replaces 941468, 9751329, 9751331, 9752698, 9781057, AH733083, EA733083, PS733083.

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Hi, Is there a LP gas conversion kit available for this stove? Thanks, Phil

Phil for Model Number kgrt507gwho

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When I attempt to use the oven for baking, nothing happens. All info on the control pad is there. No error code, no smell of gas, no flame. The broiler works fine. What might be causing this to happen?

Louis for Model Number kgst307hbs6

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One burner cannot regulate the flame. It remains very low regardless how much you turn the knob. All other burners are fine.

Johnny for Model Number Dacor RGC365s/NG 36" cooktop

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Hi , we have replaced the flex line and valve regulator assembly due to the gas company and a repairman, but there is still a gas smell coming from the oven when it is turned on any suggestions.

Jessie

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I think I have a bad valve/regulator on my stove. Sometimes when I try to light the oven, I see the igniter glow, but smell gas and the oven doesn't light. We had a repairman out for something else and he said that the valve sometimes sticks and if I just tap on it when it is trying to light, it un-sticks the valve. He showed me which part to tap on and it looks just like the picture shown. When it comes to eventually replacing this part, is this something that the average do-it-yourselfer can do, or is this an official repairman install? I would really like to not blow myself up.

Kevin for Model Number KitchenAid KGRT607

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Thank you for the reply. Can you please elaborate on the "flip the regulator"? I think the new regulator must have either the screwdriver slot or the "flippable" piece inside the regulator the sets the pressure on the diaphragm for either LP or NG? I only ask this because the factory regulator does not have a screwdriver slot for changing between the two fuel sources. I also assume that setting the orifice refers to the orifice that supplies gas to the oven, the piece with the air shutter on it. Thanks

Glenn B

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