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Surface Burner Valve - 16K - Left Front & Right Front
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PartSelect Number PS11750353
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10206288
This is a surface burner valve for the left front and right front of your range. Burner valves are attached to the main gas line. When the switch is turned the gas then flows into a tube that mixes with air, creating the appropriate mixture for combustion. The valve monitors and controlsl the gas flow to the surface burner. It is roughly 3 inches long, 1.5 inches high, and about an inch wide. You should consider changing this part if your current one has seized and your range will not start.
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Installation Instructions
Steve from Tracy, CA
Burner valve was seized
Lock the oven/stove controls by holding the START button for five seconds. This shuts off gas to the valve. Remove the knobs from the front of the stove using philips screwdriver. Undo the six screws that hold on the front bezel and remove to find the valve. Unscrew the top bracket using philps screwdriver. disconnect the valve using a wrench (I think it was 12mm). Compare the valve to the new one. Installation is reverse. Press the START button for five seconds to unlock the oven/stove. Test fire the burner. Cook a batch of chili. Read more...
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Burner Valve - Left and Right Rear
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PartSelect Number PS11750352
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10206287
Sold individually. This valve is for the right rear and left rear burners.
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Installation Instructions
John from BEAUMONT, CA
Gas valve to grill burner locked closed.
1. Pulled range out from its cabinet setting and turned off the gas and unplugged the electric cord. 2. Removed all knobs (and soft pads) to burners. 3. Removed curved cover that covers the burners gas valves, gas manifold and igniter harness. 4. Removed a part that could be referred to as a flange or riser that is attached to the top of the range front at the burner level which the top of the curved piece is attached to. 5.The igniter attachments to the gas valves come off by pulling them away from the valve. I pulled away the one for the grill. 6. With these parts removed, eye sight and 1/2" open end wrench access is given to where the gas valve is attached to the burner gas line. 7. Disconnected the valve from the burner line. 8.Removed the bracket that holds the valve in place, thus removing the valve. 9. Installed new valve and bracket and attached valve to burner line. 10. Reattached the igniter part to the valve, then attached the flange (#4), then the curved cover, then the burner knobs (and soft pads). 11.Reconnected the electric cord and opened the gas valve. 12 Pushed the range back into its cabinet place and pushed the 'Cancel:' mark as directed by the digital read-out on the range's back riser control panel. Checked for gas leak. None. It took a bit of scrutiny to see what to remove and in what sequence. Read more...
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Burner Cap - Black
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PartSelect Number PS11747514
Manufacturer Part Number WP98017461
Sold individually.
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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.
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  • 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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Burner Cap
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PartSelect Number PS11745641
Manufacturer Part Number WP8284669
Burner Cap - 6000 BTU Sold individually.
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LP Conversion Kit
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PartSelect Number PS11749494
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10170516
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Burner Head - 16K
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PartSelect Number PS11754347
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10406878
This part distributes flame evenly to your cookware.
Installation Instructions
Charles from ATLANTA, GA
REPLACING burner head and ignitor
Remove the screw on the front of each side, also there are two screws holding the burner controls. Remove the burner knobs. There are two screws holding the burner head to the top of the burner panel, looking down on the burner head, these will not come out easily. Here's where the drill comes in. Drill the two screws head off, there are two gas line connections that must be removed, be careful not to twist the gas line. Remove the burner head and replace with the new one. When replacing the burner head, screw the gas line to the burner head first, then to the main gas control. Read more...
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Burner Control Valve with Igniter
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PartSelect Number PS2080913
Manufacturer Part Number 74002413
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Randall from Rochester, NY
igniter would no longer work, it would stick
pull knob off streight out. remove two phillips head screws, disconnect wire to disassemble. To reassemble reattatch wire to replacement igniter, screw in two phillips head screws and push on the knob. Read more...
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Burner Head - 12K
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PartSelect Number PS11754345
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10406797
This part distributes flame evenly to your cookware.
Installation Instructions
Charles from ATLANTA, GA
REPLACING burner head and ignitor
Remove the screw on the front of each side, also there are two screws holding the burner controls. Remove the burner knobs. There are two screws holding the burner head to the top of the burner panel, looking down on the burner head, these will not come out easily. Here's where the drill comes in. Drill the two screws head off, there are two gas line connections that must be removed, be careful not to twist the gas line. Remove the burner head and replace with the new one. When replacing the burner head, screw the gas line to the burner head first, then to the main gas control. Read more...
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Orifice Holder with Spark Igniter - 9.2K
PartSelect Number PS11744213
Manufacturer Part Number WP74007961
Mounting screws are sold separately.
Installation Instructions
Michael from Dardanelle, AR
Ignitor switches shorted out
The ignitor switches are installed on top of the 4 gas valves for the range top. These switches control the electronic ignition. To replace the switch assembly the top of the range must be removed to gain access.

This was made more difficult by the fact that the screws that hold the burners to the range top were rusted and had to be drilled out so the the burners could be released from the top.

1. Disconnect the power to the range.
2. Open the top oven door.
3. Remove 2 - 1/4" sheet metal screws at the front corners of the range top assy. Remove the Burner knobs and the two Phillps screws that holds the gas valve assembly to the range top.
4. With a drill, remove the tops of the screws to release the burners from the range top. If the screws are in good condition and just unscrew them and the upper burners from the Orifice Holders. (I had to replace the orifice holders because the screws were stuck in them due to rust).
5. When the burners are free, lift the range top at the front and remove it from the range. Disconnect the ignitor wires from the ignitors on each holder.
6. To replace the Orifice Holders, disconnect the gas supply pipes from each holder by loosening the compression nut at the holder using an adjustable wrench. Secure the Orifice Holders when loosening the fittings, BE CAREFUL not to damage the aluminum gas supply pipes.
7. Note that there are 3 different Holders, be sure to use the holder that matches the specific location.
8. For LP gas fueled ranges ONLY, remove the small gas jets from the old holders and install them in place of the parts supplied with the new orifice holders. The new parts contain NATURAL GAS jets which are not compatible with LP gas. Each Different Orifice Holder uses a specific orifice or jet, make certain that the orifice matches the orifice holder. Check for leaks at the gas connections using soapy water.
9. Carefully raise the old ignitor switches (4) off the shafts of the gas valves. Note the top and bottom configuration of the switches
10. Carefully release the wires that come from the rear of the range from the rearmost switch. Press a suitable pin or other suitable tool in a the hole, beside the wire, just enough to release the wire. (Look at the NEW switch assemble to see how this works). Remove the wires from the NEW switch first to see how it is done. Repeat the process on the old switches. (you will re-use the wires that come up from the rear of the range.
11. Install the new switch assembly over the four (4) burner gas valves, take care to align the "D" shaped shafts with the holes in each valve.
12. Insert the wires in the two connections on the rearmost switch. CAUTION!!! Be sure to install the wires so that the color codes agree with the wires on the new switch assembly. Black to black and gray to gray.
13. Install the 4 clear plastic "shields" over the shafts and against the top of each switch.
14. Re-connect the ignitor wires to the burners and Re-Install the range top, in the reverse order of dis-assembly.
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