Question about Whirlpool RBS305PD Electric Single Oven
WE READ AN ARTICLE WHERE THE PERSON WAS HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM AS WE ARE HAVING WITH OUR OVEN. WE SELF CLEANED THE OVEN, AFTER DOING SO THE OVEN WILL NO LONGER GET WARM. THE PREVIOUS ARTICLE SUGGESTED REPLACING THE FUSE. MY QUESTION FOR YOU IS WHERE IS THE FUSE LOCATED AND HOW DO WE GET TO IT.
Probably refering to a thermal fuse. This fuse opens when heat is too high. Some of these ovens had a kit where you replaced the cooling fan, fuse and shimmed hinges to correct problem. You can access fuse by removing oven from wall. It will be located on back of unit. You can try replacing just fuse. It will probably be ok for bake and broil. It may happen again during clean.
Posted on Nov 11, 2007
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