Question about Whirlpool Ovens
The clock on our Whirlpool is making a whirring, humming sound and will not stop. It gets louder and sounds as if it's going to take off, then slows down and gets quieter, but we cannot make it stop. We turned off the circuit breaker and it stopped for a while when we turned the circuit breaker back on, then it started up again. Help??!!
You'll need a new clock motor or clock unit. Once these units begin to hum, they must be replaced. Parts are available on the web, through supply stores or Sears Parts.
Posted on May 27, 2008
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