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Motorized Door Lock Latch
PartSelect Number PS11750101
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10195934This door lock is used with self-clean ovens. It is designed to lock the oven door, and will not open until sufficient cooling time has elapsed.
Fixes these symptoms
- Door won’t close
- Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
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Latch and Handle Assembly
PartSelect Number PS1480966
Manufacturer Part Number WB14T10053This door lock solenoid is used with self-clean ovens. It is designed to lock the oven door, and will not open until sufficient cooling time has elapsed.
LATCH AND HANDLE Assembly
PartSelect Number PS1480960
Manufacturer Part Number WB14T10040
Gary from Sterling, VA
Replaced the Self-cleaning Latch/Lever mechanism1. Pulled the stove out about 6-8 inches. 2. Opened oven door and removed 2 screws to free up stove top. 3. Lifted stove top to access another panel. 4. Removed about 6 screws allowing removal of sheet metal cover above Latch/lever mechanism. 5. Removed 2 screws at top center "boiler plate" to allow removal of Latch/Lever mechanism. 6. Slipped off electrical connector from microswitch mounted on Latch/Lever mechanism. 7. Then removed old mechanism 8. Set new mechanism in place, re-attaching electrical connector onto microswitch. 9. Then with my finger, I bored down a few inches through the insulation to make sure the base of the new Latch/Lever mechanism was in contact with the oven at the base of the insulation. 10. I replaced the 2 screws at the top center "boiler plate." 11. I reattached the sheet metal cover with 6 screws, making sure holes were lining up. 12. Finally, I lowered the stove top and reattached the remaining 2 screws that secure the stove top. It was all pretty easy, but I did not see a prop (like some models have) that would hold up the stove top while performing the unscrewing, screwing, removing, replacing, etc., so I used a piece of wood to rest the stove top on, and lifted it with my left hand while I did the "operation" with my right hand. Read more...
Microwave Latch Body
PartSelect Number PS1019962
Manufacturer Part Number WB06X10676The latch body holds the door switches to the front panel.
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PartSelect Number PS1480683
Manufacturer Part Number WB02K10144
Jeffery from Victor, ID
Cleaning oven latch engaged while pizza was cookingIn a panicked state, my roommates and I could not turn the cleaning setting off. So, we "Jerry-rigged" the door open to save the house from the awful burning pizza smell and potential fire. We removed the stove top with the nutdriver only held in with three nuts. Removed the insulation promptly after. Disassembled the latch mechanism with the star wrench set. The scariest part of the replacement was looking confused at the new part. To our dismay, the part looked grossly under sized. we thought it would not fit. After placing the part in place of the broken latch we found the replacement fit better than the previous and was a totally painless success. Do-it-yourself, not that complex and an excellent way to save money.
_Jeffrey B. Read more...
Door Lock and Switch Assembly
PartSelect Number PS2577623
Manufacturer Part Number WB49T10020
PartSelect Number PS952875
Manufacturer Part Number WB14T10018