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My whirlpool stove burner don't work

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What is the model number of the unit?

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

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SOURCE: Flame on my Whirlpool gas stove burners are too high on low

either turn down the gas knob or turn knobs to lowest setting without going out. That is about your only options

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

rickead1
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yes this is called the receptacle you can order this part directly from marcone appliance parts or allbrands appliance parts and they will ship it directly to your door hope this helps

Posted on Jul 24, 2010

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SOURCE: Re Kitchenaid KDRP487MSS03 dual Gas range. New.

Hello, welcome to FixYa.

I understand based on your post you have a KitchenAid dual fuel KDRP487 "New" professional range, correct ?


I'll start by saying I don't know what if anything has been suggested to you, but I'd like to ask if when you state the surface burners operate (gas) does this include the ignition system for the surface ?

If that is indeed the scenarion and yet the range is absolutely new...I have a suggestion before you go replacing parts, potentially needlessly. First and formost, insure it has 240volts at the range "correctly". (the surface will function with 120volts so don't let that fool you)

What I mean is, although it should be wired correctly...better to be absolute, 240 from L1 to L2.

If you're certain everything is correct, there is another possible scenario that will prevent any clock or oven operation...

That is the hi-limit safety thermostat may be tripped, that is the component that typically trips/activates during a self clean on many ranges. You shouldn't need to open the front control panel, but access is through the back.

You'll need to slide the range/oven outfrom the cabinet. If you slide the unit away from the wall and unplug it you can replace the hi-limit. It will be a non-reset type hi-limit (based on the model number you posted) so needs to be replaced as I mentioned, doing so will get you back up and cooking in no time.

**Unplug the range from the wall first of course...safety first**

Once you remove the panel you will need to look for a switch/thermostat which looks like this...


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You can verify or dismiss this possibility with a simple continuity test (or jumping it out for testing). The replacement is available at "searspartsdirect.com" or "repairclinic.com" to name a couple.


Let me know how you make out. Good luck. I'll watch for your reply and if you need anything further I'll be glad to help in any manner I can.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Posted on Sep 25, 2011

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SOURCE: Where my clock was on

F5 - E1 Self clean latch will not lock
2. If door not latched:

  1. Disconnect power from unit.
  2. Check wires and connectors from control to latch switch, then from latch switch to control. If no damage to wires and all connectors okay, proceed to step C.
  3. Repeat steps A and B for door switch


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Posted on Nov 06, 2011

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