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The thermal fuse on the oven needs replaced but I do not know where to find the part? Can you let me know where this fuse can be purchased?

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Here is a direct link to your part with the model number you supplied. Let me know if you need anything else.
http://www.repairclinic.com/Fuse-Or-Thermal-Fuse-Parts?s=t-GBD307PDS-%3d%3dc44
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Instruction below.
  • Unplug your oven. Insert the size 15 Security Torx bit into your multi-bit screwdriver and remove the screws from the back panel. Take off the back panel.
  • 2 Locate the fuse. It should be near where the electrical cord comes into the oven. The fuse is a small white bar with metal caps on either end. Carefully remove the fuse. Avoid touching the transformer or other parts inside the oven.
  • 3 Purchase a new fuse. Most whirlpool ovens use an 18 amp ceramic fuse. Consult your owner's manual to find out what kind of fuse is used, or take the old fuse into the store to find the exact match.
  • 4 Replace the fuse. Put the cover back on and see if your oven works. If it does, replace the screws. If it does not, try a different fuse. If the oven still does not turn on, you may have to have it replaced of professionally repaired.

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