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Need new left hand rear element control switch - Westinghouse Silhouette stove - four top elements and fan forced oven and griller - serial number rubbed off but is about 15 years old - any help appreciated rosco38@bigpond.com - regards ross

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  • rosco38 Nov 05, 2008

    yes thank you squishy - have a great day Ross

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Hi there,

you only actually need the model #. it should be located under the door, when you open the bottom drawer. you can also, pull out the switch itself as it will have the part # on it. then go to www.reliableparts.com and purchase the part.

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