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Whirlpool oven RB760PXYB failed when turned off during self-clean cycle, won't come back on. I suspect an internal fuse or fusible link. How can I access this item for test/replacement?

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SOURCE: Whirlpool RBS305PDQ11. After self-clean, oven won't heat up.

This seems to be a common problem with these ovens. The oven got too hot and the tco (Thermo cut off)tripped. This will have to be replaced. It is located behind the control board.

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Posted on Jan 19, 2008

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First check to see if you activated the "child lock-out". See your manual to deactivate.

You could also try unplugging the unit, or trip the circuit breaker in your home which supplies power to the oven. Wait 5 minutes and turn power back on. This will reset the controls.

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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you need to remove the oven from the cabinet, the fuse is located on back wall about 6 inches down directly between broil element leads

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