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Electrical schematic for Whirlpool oven model WBP58500

The element blew in our oven which also has the convection element. I am looking for the electrical schematic for the plug in.
There are four connectors. two yellow, one white and one bronze colour. What is the proper orientation.

Once they are plugged in is there anything else to do or should the oven work. The model is WBP58500

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I fixed my problem by disconnecting the control board, cleaning all the contact points (including the ribbon cable) with alcohol and reconnecting everything as tight as possible.
I did notice that one of the contacts had become very corroded, so I scrubbed this one for a while. Prior to this I had done some selective unplugging and replugging (ribbon cable in particular) to no avail (each of these attempts powered on to beeping and no display).
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You may have had a surge during the storm. Check main control board in console for damage.

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Yes , the element is easy to replace
Remove the cover at the rear of the oven, there you will see the element, undo the screws securing it, and replace the element.
This should solve your prob.
Good luck..

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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