Question about Whirlpool GS460 Gas Kitchen Range
The oven has a temperature sensor inside. The sensor tells the oven when to go on and off. It may need replacement. The sensor is protrudes from the back left wall of the inside of the oven. Make sure that it is fully plugged in and that it is not covered with any goop from the oven. The other things you can check is that nothing is obstruction the heat. That means NO foil or coverings on the bottom of the oven. It blocks the heat vents and can damage your oven. Underneath the floor of you oven, you will find the gas jets.The flame should come out blue and steady. It it is sputtering and orange, the little holes might be blocked. Clean carefully.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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