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Cartridge Receptacle

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PartSelect Number PS11757565
Manufacturer Part Number WPY702434
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Product Description

Cartridge Receptacle Specifications

This cartridge receptacle is almost four inches long. It is white in color and is made of ceramic.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Element will not heat
This part works with the following products:
Cooktop, Range, Wall Oven.
This part works with the following products:
Jenn-Air, Kenmore, Maytag, Whirlpool.
Part# WPY702434 replaces these:
AP6024215, 4381757, 580193, 702434, 702783, 7408P031-60, 7408P047-60, Y702434
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    Wayne
    April 2, 2018
    I am trying to replace a cartridge receptacle p/n ps11757565 section 3 location 15. Question is do i have to take the top off to get to the receptacle and how do i get the front of the top loose. Wayne
    For model number JES9860AAB
    Hi Wayne, Thank you for the question. The top will have to be removed. There are about 20 screws that have to be removed from the cooktop inside the two burner boxes and the vent opening. You have to disconnect the unit from the downdraft duct and pull it up through the counter top. When doing this, have a thick towel on each side of the unit and turn it diagonally and set it back on the counter top. You will find two or three screws on the front and rear and two or three on either end. The cook top should lift off. To remove the Maintop Assembly. Remove power from unit. and pull the range from installation position. Remove air grill, filter, grill grates, aeration pan and cartridges. Next remove screws from plenum area at front of opening and open oven door and remove the screws securing the maintop to oven cabinet. Next located on the bottom of the control panel and along the outside edges of the maintop. Remove cartridge receptacles and grill pans. Label and disconnect wiring to elements or take lots of pictures. Remove screws securing element mounting brackets to maintop assembly. Gently remove elements from mounting brackets to prevent damage to glass top (on select models). Reverse steps to reinstall maintop assembly. Hope this helps!

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    Deb
    January 22, 2019
    Does this repacemnet receptacle have the wires attached to it?
    For model number S156W
    Hello Deb, Thank you for the question. This is just the ceramic Terminal Block, no wiring. Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with this repair!

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    Darlene
    April 10, 2019
    Relace cartridge recpicle
    For model number JES9750AAB
    Hi Darlene, Thank you for the question. The top will have to be removed. There are about 20 screws that have to be removed from the cooktop inside the two burner boxes and the vent opening. You have to disconnect the unit from the downdraft duct and pull it up through the counter top. When doing this, have a thick towel on each side of the unit and turn it diagonally and set it back on the counter top. You will find two or three screws on the front and rear and two or three on either end. The cook top should lift off. To remove the Maintop Assembly. Remove power from unit. and pull the range from installation position. Remove air grill, filter, grill grates, aeration pan and cartridges. Next remove screws from plenum area at front of opening and open oven door and remove the screws securing the maintop to oven cabinet. Next located on the bottom of the control panel and along the outside edges of the maintop. Remove cartridge receptacles and grill pans. Label and disconnect wiring to elements or take lots of pictures. Remove screws securing element mounting brackets to maintop assembly. Gently remove elements from mounting brackets to prevent damage to glass top (on select models). Reverse steps to reinstall maintop assembly. Hope this helps!

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    Darlene
    April 10, 2019
    How do you remove old one
    For model number IES9750aab
    Hi Darlene, Thank you for the question. The top will have to be removed. There are about 20 screws that have to be removed from the cooktop inside the two burner boxes and the vent opening. You have to disconnect the unit from the downdraft duct and pull it up through the counter top. When doing this, have a thick towel on each side of the unit and turn it diagonally and set it back on the counter top. You will find two or three screws on the front and rear and two or three on either end. The cook top should lift off. To remove the Maintop Assembly. Remove power from unit. and pull the range from installation position. Remove air grill, filter, grill grates, aeration pan and cartridges. Next remove screws from plenum area at front of opening and open oven door and remove the screws securing the maintop to oven cabinet. Next located on the bottom of the control panel and along the outside edges of the maintop. Remove cartridge receptacles and grill pans. Label and disconnect wiring to elements or take lots of pictures. Remove screws securing element mounting brackets to maintop assembly. Gently remove elements from mounting brackets to prevent damage to glass top (on select models). Reverse steps to reinstall maintop assembly. Hope this helps!

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        Infinite switch ran more than one burner
        Purchased 1 infinite switch and installed it on the left front burner. problem still there so I used the switch that I replaced on the rear burner and all was ok. The front switch had been sending full heat to the rear burner,but the problem ended up with the rear switch. The switches are interconnected and all are the same part number.Diagrams on partsselect were the key to a successful repair.To access the switch you need only to remove the fan cover, remove the 2 screws holding the switch assembly and move it foreward and then lift to reveal slide on connectors. Power to the unit is off at the main panel during the entire process.
        Other Parts Used:
        Infinite Switch
        • Stephen from Andover, MA
        • Difficulty Level:
          Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          15 - 30 mins
        • Tools:
          Screw drivers
        30 of 58 people found this instruction helpful.
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        Oven door seal needed replacement, filters replaced
        First we removed the door from the stove. Removed all the screws and removed the damaged seal. We replaced the seal and re-assembled the door.
        Other Parts Used:
        Oven Door Seal Grease Filter
        • Michele from Stafford, NY
        • Difficulty Level:
          Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          15 - 30 mins
        • Tools:
          Screw drivers
        17 of 49 people found this instruction helpful.
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        Right Side stove top cartridge does not heat up
        Important: 1) ALWAYS REMOVE ALL POWER FROM THE STOVE. 2) Do not "preassemble" the ceramic recepticle and wire kit. The wires are nearly impossible to remove from the receptacle once inserted. The wire colors have changed and are not the same color as your old wiring. 3) All the fasteners are sheet metal screws, different sizes (note where they are used) and are easly stripped if tighted too hard. Either unplug the stove or open the main circuit breaker to the stove. Take out the right-hand burner cartridge and place it aside. remove the center screw and metal strip from the old receptacle (you will reuse this item). Loosen the control panel from the front of the stove by opening the oven door and remove the four screws holding the control panel in place (Screws are located on the underside of the control panel). The panel slides down about 1/4 inch and tilts forward exposing all the control wiring. Ues a hex-headed driver or large screw driver and remove the drain plug from the drain pan. Use care as there is a small gasket under the drain plug. Remove the four screws holding the burner's pan to the stainless steel stove top. Move the wire bundles aside and GENTLY pull the burner pan half-way out of the stove (it is a tight fit but do not use force. Remove the screws and strap holding the old receptacle from the pan. Withdraw the pan from the stove. (good time to clean the pan and drain plug) With the old receptacle now exposed, assemple the new receptacle and wire harness wire for wire carfully replacing each lead. The new wire harness is inserted into the new receptacle thru the top of the receptacle and will lock in place within the new receptacle. The blades on the end of the wires must point toward the slots in the receptacle. The receptacle wires will be pointing down. Trace each wire and be certain the correct wire is switched out with the proper lug on the control knobs within the stove (needle nose plyers will help but do not force the connections). Gently push the pan halfway back into the stove and attach the new receptacle to the pan with the small metal strap across the back of the receptacle with screws. Push the pan all the way back into the stove and re-attach the pan to the underside of the stove top with sheet metal screws. Re-install the drain plug and drain tube. Tilt the control panel, slide the panel back up into the front of the stove and reattach the control panel with sheet metal screws. Re-install the small metal clip into the front of the receptacle (one end of the clip slides under the stove's stainless top frame). Reenergize. Reset the clock. You're done.
        Other Parts Used:
        Receptacle Wire Kit
        • Michael from Charleston, SC
        • Difficulty Level:
          Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          30 - 60 mins
        • Tools:
          Pliers, Screw drivers
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          Model Cross Reference
          This part works with the following models:
          PartSelect Number: PS11757565
          Manufacturer Part Number: WPY702434
          Brand
          Model Number
          Description
          Jenn-Air
          20135
          Range
          Kenmore
          20214
          Range - Electric Range
          Kenmore
          20215
          Range - Electric Range
          Jenn-Air
          20236
          Range
          Jenn-Air
          20237
          Range
          Jenn-Air
          20239
          Range
          Jenn-Air
          22001
          Cooktop - Electric
          Jenn-Air
          22112
          Cooktop - Electric
          Jenn-Air
          22113
          Cooktop - Electric
          Jenn-Air
          22114
          Cooktop - Electric, Updraft
          Jenn-Air
          22115
          Cooktop - Electric, Updraft
          Jenn-Air
          22116
          Cooktop - Electric
          Jenn-Air
          22305
          Cooktop - Electric
          Jenn-Air
          22401
          Cooktop - Electric
          Kenmore
          62922001
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62922112
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62922113
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62922114
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62922115
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62922116
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62922401
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62942765
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62942769
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62942865
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62942869
          Cooktop
          Kenmore
          62946965
          Range
          Kenmore
          62946969
          Range
          Litton
          6294697
          Range
          Kenmore
          62946975
          Range
          Kenmore
          62946979
          Range

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