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I don't know how to turn off the oven - I am at my sisters place alone and I don't know where the breakers are either!!! Help!

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Hello, dalia

I was trying to help you out here. Maybe this will help some? I was going back to some customers that asked questions in the recent past and farther back, It appeared that no one answered some of them, So, I thought I would take some of my personal time to see if I can help. Even though this site may not have your exact model or brand, This link will help you tons. Here is a link to about everything you want to know about your oven, from repair to trouble shooting it. Even pictures and video's. Just scroll around and you will see tons of information to almost any question you might have on your Oven. If you go to this link and click around, I am sure you will find out so much about your oven, you will know more than the company that made it. The good thing about this link is, then you can make the decision of DIY or hiring a pro. Here Is the link for you to click on>>


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Diagnosis= failed thermister (temp probe inside the oven cavity) The part number is WB23X5340 and it lists for ~$72.00 at your local appliance parts place.

Bad news is that you have to pull the oven out of the wall to do this repair.

Good news is that it's not difficult to do.

TURN THE POWER OFF AT THE BREAKER BEFORE YOU PROCEED!

Otherwise you'd look like this...
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Ready? OK!

All you need is;
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3.) Ratchet if you don't have a nut driver
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5.) Sturdy wire (smaller than a coat hanger, preferably)
6.) Flashlight

Did I mention TURN THE POWER OFF AT THE BREAKER BOX?

Now we're ready for surgery.

Open the oven door and look where the oven meets the wood. You'll see a couple of screws there... remove them. Now the oven is ready to pull.
Place your Igloo cooler under the oven. Slowly pull the oven from the cavity until you have it out and sitting on the cooler. (don't sweat it... the oven is light. maybe 75 pounds or so.)

Now that you have it out, open the oven door and remove the oven racks. Look inside (may need a flashlight) and locate the temp probe, there are 2 screws holding it in place. Remove those 2 screws and set them inside the oven cavity, you'll need them soon.

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