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Burner Cap - Black
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PartSelect Number PS11747514
Manufacturer Part Number WP98017461
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George from CASTROVILLE, CA
parts missing on a used stove
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Pilot with Thermocouple
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PartSelect Number PS11750349
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10206112
The pilot stays lit all the time and, when the oven is turned on, the flame gets bigger and surrounds the thermocouple. When the thermocouple senses the required heat, the safety valve opens to let the gas flow to the oven burner tube where the pilot flame ignites the gas.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Gas igniter glows, but will not light
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Will Not Start
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Installation Instructions
Peter J from Brooklyn, NY
Pilot Light Won't Stay Lit
First I removed the oven door by pulling straight up off of the hinges in the open postion. Next remove oven racks,then use 1/4 nutdriver to remove back screws on inside oven bottom plate. Next remove gold nut on silver tube @ pilot connection,then remove 1/4 nuts that hold pilot assembly. Next open top of stove and remove small gold nut "with the thin wire from pilot"attached to the back left of oven control knob. Snake that nut and wire from the top of the stove down to the oven and removethe whole pilot assembly. To install carefully unroll the new pilot assembly starting from the oven "there are two round holes you need to snake the tube into"and up behind the back & into the stove top. Make your connection@ the oven assembly. Next attach the assembly with the 1/4 screws that you removed,then make your connection"gold screw silver tube" now push in your oven control knob to alllow gas to flow to the pilot tube and check for leaks with a water @ soap solution. No bubbles no leaks. Light your pilot . . . . You must hold in the oven knob. Put back in oven plate,,,, 1/4 screws,,,,racks close the stove top ,put door back on hinges and your done. . . . . Hope I helped,. . Pete Read more...
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Gas Valve
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PartSelect Number PS11752203
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10293048
Once this valve senses the desired heat, it will open up and allow the gas to travel to the oven burner.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Will Not Start
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Installation Instructions
Ignatius from Hazelwood, MO
oven wouldn't heat
My oven was misdiagnosed from an appliance repair company. They said my ignitors and spark module needed to be replaced. I did this myself and still nothing. The problem happened to be a defective gas valve.

First I unplugged the stove and shut off the gas supply. After I disconnected the flex hose and the 2 gas connections behind the stove, I removed the 4 screws that held the valve to the back of the stove.

I went to the front of the appliance and pulled out the bottom drawer. This exposed the valve from the other side. I disconnected the electrical connections (3 colored wires) to the valve and removed it. I re-attached the new valve, putting everything back in reverse order. I made sure the 3 wires were reconnected correctly by labeling each one before disconnecting them. I made certain that my gas connections were sealed by using teflon tape and/or pipe sealant from the hardware store. I turned the shutoff valve back to the on position and checked for leaks. If I smelled gas I snugged it down a bit more until no gas smell was detected.

There was nothing wrong with the ignitors or the spark module. The stove failed to pre-heat and the "tick-tick" I used to hear when the stove was first turned on was nonexistent. What the so-called experts said would be hundreds of dollars to fix unded up being a $90 part.
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Burner Cap - Small
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PartSelect Number PS11740923
Manufacturer Part Number WP3191898
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Joseph from Matawan, NJ
needed to replace the main top of stove
First I removes all visible screws. The stove top would not budge. I noticed that the elements had screws holding the top in place. These were difficult to remove and all eight screw broke. I then removed the top. I had to remove the broken screws by drilling them out and re-tapping the threads. This was the single most difficult thing to do and took the most time. Once this was complete, re-installing the top was quite simple.
Haviong directions would have been very helpful.
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Burner Tube - Right Front
PartSelect Number PS11747519
Manufacturer Part Number WP98017582
Also called Venturi Tube.
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Burner, Top
PartSelect Number PS11747518
Manufacturer Part Number WP98017537
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George from CASTROVILLE, CA
parts missing on a used stove
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Gas Valve - 60Hz
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PartSelect Number PS11747502
Manufacturer Part Number WP98014893
This part makes sure that no gas is released until the igniter gets enough power to ignite the gas range.
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Burner Cap - Medium
PartSelect Number PS11740926
Manufacturer Part Number WP3191901
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Orifice - 9.5K - Right Front - Left Rear
PartSelect Number PS11749491
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10170508
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Large Burner Base
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PartSelect Number PS11745593
Manufacturer Part Number WP8273700
This part directs the gas to the burner head and also holds the orifice.

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