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We have a wall oven, model W130C. The writing on the temperature knob (left hand knob) has worn off. An enthusiasic cleaning took off the last remaining white indicators. My wife wants to cook a turkey tomorrow (Oct 10) for Canadian Thanksgiving. We have ordered a new knob but it has not arrived. Can you provide a large picture of the knob with easy to see numbers on it so we can use it as a guide? Or at least provide us with a description? Thanks Husband trying to help loving,harried wife

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This is all I could find right now.If you could please tell me the make of the oven it would greatly help.(Kenmore,Whirlpool,etc.This is for a Whirlpool and there are so many different kinds,the odds of this being yours are slim.I'll be watching for a reply and will get an autolink to your post and will reply ASAP.Good luck! Greg

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