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Kitchenaid wall-oven model XJ4401013

How to replace Kitchenaid wall oven temperature sensor?

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Easy enough, 2 screws hold it in, its in the upper left corner of interior of unit, pulll easy and the wires should come out far enougth to access the plug, if not youll need to get behind the unit and removethe back panel.

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Read more: Error Codes With KitchenAid Ovens ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_6978244_error-codes-kitchenaid-ovens.html#ixzz2CcmoGkyk

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