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Cooling Fan

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PartSelect Number PS11722995
Manufacturer Part Number W10810687
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Product Description

Cooling Fan Specifications

Used with down-draft models. This part helps draw the steam and odors through the vent when the fan switch is activated.

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Troubleshooting
This part works with the following products:
Range, Wall Oven.
This part works with the following products:
KitchenAid, Whirlpool, General Electric.
Part# W10810687 replaces these:
8300223, 9759320, W10383587
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    Robert
    March 12, 2018
    I think the rattle noise is coming from this part, the blower works and vents properly,just sounds like loose part to me.Is there easy access to this part?
    For model number KGSS907SSS03
    Hi Robert, Thank you for your question. Here is some information that a customer left on our website as to how he accessed the part, "First I looked at how I would get to the blower - this took 15 minutes. I removed the grills to access the burners. Then I removed the burners that took approx. 15 minutes. I then had to remove the knobs for the burners. Next I had to remove the front control panel which had 2 screws - (did not disconnect any wires but supported it). Next I had to remove the side trim. Next I removed 4-5 screws that secured the upper burner range top. Next I removed the side panels which has a braket on the lower forward side and 2 rear screws on each panel. Next I had to remove the aft backspash guard. At the back I had to remove a support braket that had several screws - then I had to remove the exhaust fan back panel guard. Next I had to remove approx. 7 screws on each side of the stove that supports the burner valves. Then I lifted the left side most closest to the blower. This gave me access just enough to remove the mounting screws (4) and to remove the 2 wires. There was some cushioning material which I found inadequate to prevent any vibration when the fan and the valve support top sits on the blower - so I doubled it. Then I reinstalled everything. This job took me 4 hours. I suggest calling a Kitchenaid repair technician and not doing this yourself. Unless you are a mechanically inclined and really like frustration." I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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      Customer Repair Stories
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        Blower died
        Getting at the part was difficult. The top and both side panels had to be removed to reach the blower. Once they were off, it was fairly easy to swap out the blower. The repair guy wanted $140 for the part and $160 to insall. I did it myself for $94! If you do it yourself, keep a good record of what screws came from where as you go. This makes re-assembly much easier.
        • Marla from Newtown, PA
        • Difficulty Level:
          Difficult
        • Total Repair Time:
          30 - 60 mins
        • Tools:
          Screw drivers
        • Parts Used:
          W10810687
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        blower noisy and slow to turn
        First I looked at how I would get to the blower - this took 15 minutes. I removed the grills to access the burners. Then I removed the burners that took approx. 15 minutes. I then had to remove the knobs for the burners. Next I had to remove the front control panel which had 2 screws - (did not disconnect any wires but supported it). Next I had to remove the side trim. Next I removed 4-5 screws that secured the upper burner range top. Next I removed the side panels which has a braket on the lower forward side and 2 rear screws on each panel. Next I had to remove the aft backspash guard. At the back I had to remove a support braket that had several screws - then I had to remove the exhaust fan back panel guard. Next I had to remove approx. 7 screws on each side of the stove that supports the burner valves. Then I lifted the left side most closest to the blower. This gave me access just enough to remove the mounting screws (4) and to remove the 2 wires. There was some cushioning material which I found inadequate to prevent any vibration when the fan and the valve support top sits on the blower - so I doubled it. Then I reinstalled everything. This job took me 4 hours. I suggest calling a Kitchenaid repair technician and not doing this yourself. Unless you are a mechanically inclined and really like frustration.
        • STEPHEN from CORAM, NY
        • Difficulty Level:
          Very Difficult
        • Total Repair Time:
          More than 2 hours
        • Tools:
          Screw drivers, Socket set
        • Parts Used:
          W10810687
        3 of 5 people found this instruction helpful.
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        cooktop cooling fan didn't operate
        Pulled out stove and removed side panel, then removed old fan unit. Installed new fan unit and replaced side of stove then slide back in place, stove runs even more quiet than when it was new. And obtaining the new part from Partselect was even easier than dealing with a part store where you stand at the counter. This service really has the part down pat for us layman repair people.
        • Wayne from Hillsdale,, MI
        • Difficulty Level:
          Really Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          30 - 60 mins
        • Tools:
          Pliers, Screw drivers
        • Parts Used:
          W10810687
        3 of 6 people found this instruction helpful.
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        Noisy cooling fan
        There is basically no customer support available from KItchenAid. After I was able to locate a schematic online, the removal was relatively straight forward. Unfortunately, the parts I ordered required work to install, The cooling fan motor had to be rotated 180º to fit. The convection fan motor (plastic) base was delivered broken. I was able to add some reinforcement (bits of a paperclip) with super glue, and install it. The other online instructions which indicated they were for KitchenAId must have been for some other brand. They all described much more cabinet disassembly than necessary. Dealing with the oven door is without a doubt the most difficult part of the repair. The tip (found on line) to use some screwdriver bits to hold the hinges in the right position is the only way to get the door reinstalled.
        • John from N CHARLESTON, SC
        • Difficulty Level:
          Difficult
        • Total Repair Time:
          More than 2 hours
        • Tools:
          Screw drivers
        • Parts Used:
          WP4451583, W10810687
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        Bearing on cooling fan.
        Removed old fan by removing all screws except the back two lower screws - here I cut the flange on the old fan to remove. Drilled the back two bottom holes so as to fit over existing screws then replaced the top 3 and bottom 2 screws as well as power leads. Offset screwdriver is a must.
        • Mary R. from Thornton, NH
        • Difficulty Level:
          A Bit Difficult
        • Total Repair Time:
          30 - 60 mins
        • Tools:
          Nutdriver, Screw drivers
        • Parts Used:
          W10810687
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              Model Cross Reference
              This part works with the following models:
              PartSelect Number: PS11722995
              Manufacturer Part Number: W10810687
              Brand
              Model Number
              Description
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPB00
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPB01
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPB02
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPB03
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPB04
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPB05
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPQ00
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPQ01
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPQ02
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPQ03
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPQ04
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPQ05
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPS00
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPS01
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPS02
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPS03
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPS04
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPS05
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPT00
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPT01
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPT02
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPT03
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPT04
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GW395LEPT05
              Range - Slide-in, Gas
              Whirlpool
              GY396LXPB00
              Range - Slide-in, Electric
              Whirlpool
              GY396LXPB01
              Range - Slide-in, Electric
              Whirlpool
              GY396LXPB02
              Range - Slide-in, Electric
              Whirlpool
              GY396LXPB03
              Range - Slide-in, Electric
              Whirlpool
              GY396LXPQ00
              Range - Slide-in, Electric
              Whirlpool
              GY396LXPQ01
              Range - Slide-in, Electric

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