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Whirlpool single self cleaning oven, model # What I need now is a parts source for the control panel and temperature sensing unit here in San Antonio TX. Additionally, I need part replacement and maintenance procedure instructions to do the job.

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Hello,

I would advice you follow the link below to see the information therein, the link contain information as regards the the issue above.

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Type the above information to see information therein, and as regards the part you need for the replacement, i would suggest you order for you part from ebay, the ebay site contain almost all parts of all device, within a very short time it is delivered once ordered.
Type ebay.com on your web browser to order for your parts.

Take care.

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    please rate this solution if it mends up ur needs,else choose fixya,


    please do the following checks,

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  • please rate this solution if it mends up ur needs,else choose fixya.Thank you

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