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PartSelect Number PS11703263
Manufacturer Part Number W10777210
John from CONCORD, VA
The parts I used worked great, my issue is the parts I need to return.I have tried to call, but NO-ONE answers the phone. I have sent emails, but all I get is an automated response telling me to go to the web site. Partselect is the worst company I have ever dealt with, I need to return about $100 in parts and I cannot get an automated return form or someone on the phone. I will NEVER do business with them or recommend them to anyone. In a nutshell they SUCK as a company. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS11703380
Manufacturer Part Number W10789865
Side Panel - Black
PartSelect Number PS11749285
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10162245
Oven Side Panel
PartSelect Number PS2177362
Manufacturer Part Number UXA1100AAB
David from Fort Worth, TX
Missing back and sides to new stoveThere were two slightly complicated aspects to the repair. The first was with the new back (top cover to wall) the sides would not install. I had to cut a slot in the side panel so it would slide in. The second trick was the support on the side would not fit cleanly through the supplied hole. Once again I used my Dremel to enlarge the hole and it all fit together. None of my changes can be seen so overall I was happy with the final look. Read more...
Control Panel - White/Black
PartSelect Number PS11750322
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10206066
PartSelect Number PS10062334
Manufacturer Part Number W10655450
Front Drawer Panel - Stainless Steel
PartSelect Number PS2003729
Manufacturer Part Number 12002306
Control Panel with Touchpad - Stainless
PartSelect Number PS11750340
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10206084Control board NOT included. Must be ordered separately.
Theodore from FALLS CHURCH, VA
Touchpad buttons were not working (progressive failure)Dropped the existing panel by removing the burner knobs and the burner control retention screws, one screw on each side of the panel, and 4 screws holding the panel on from the bottom. Here I discovered that I also had to remove the old display (4 corner screws) and 4 connectors, with their pop-in retention pins, and move the lot over to the new front panel. Biggest problems were holding up the panel, and working with the rats nest of wiring. Re-assembled and tested, one burner wasn’t working. Removed again and found I accidentally cased a connector on that burner control to come loose. Re-plugged it and reassembled. All works fine now. Read more...