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Single Door Strike
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PartSelect Number PS11743868
Manufacturer Part Number WP71002097
This door strike is less than an inch long. It is all white in color and it is made entirely of plastic. The door strike fits on the inside of your range and is the locking mechanism that latches to the door to ensure the oven door stays closed. Because the door strike is made of plastic, constant use can result in the part breaking, or getting damaged. If you find that your oven door will not stay closed, or that your oven will not preheat properly, it may be because your door strike has been damaged and is not keeping the door closed.
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William from Greensboro, NC
Plastic clips had broken, causing bottom skirt piece to fall off.
After attempting to order this part from Whirlpool twice and twice receiving the wrong thing, found correct part on PartSelect in about one minute. Shipment came fast and the repair was very simple, under five minutes. You just pop the pieces in place and snap the piece back onto the oven. Read more...
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$78.93
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Oven Door Latch Motor and Switch
PartSelect Number PS1528424
Manufacturer Part Number 316464300
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
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Richard from Centennial, CO
Oven wouldn't operated. Error code F9
I called a repair place. They charged $54 to diagnose, (said it needed a new latch motor) then wanted $220 to complete the repair. I checked online prices and did it myself for about 15 minutes work and the latch motor itself ($44?).

Was necessary to uplug the range, pull it away from the wall and remove the back panel sheet metal, then 3 screws that mount the motor. Replace motor, reattach sheet metal. Plug in. Done. Ready to bake cookies.
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$177.57
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Motorized Door Lock Latch
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PartSelect Number PS11750101
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10195934
This 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.
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  • Door won’t close
  • Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
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$85.48
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Latch and Handle Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS1480966
Manufacturer Part Number WB14T10053
This 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.
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$71.00
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Door Latch Motor & Switch Assembly
PartSelect Number PS5574140
Manufacturer Part Number 318261230
This part is designed to lock the oven door, and will not open until sufficient cooling time has elapsed. Used with self-cleaning ovens.
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$89.09
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Motorized Door Lock and Switch Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS2332817
Manufacturer Part Number 318095957
This assembly includes the motor and switch for the door latch.
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  • Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
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$11.28
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Door Switch Holder
PartSelect Number PS3510609
Manufacturer Part Number WB14X10051
LATCH, BODY
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$6.02
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LEVER-S/W
PartSelect Number PS227843
Manufacturer Part Number WB06X10128
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$29.48
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LATCH
PartSelect Number PS2373578
Manufacturer Part Number 318090310
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Phil from Playadelery, CA
Range had been dropped
Removed both sides, removed ceramic glass surface, disconnected surface wiring.
Replaced Small oven Latch, replaced both sides and storage drawer.
reconnected wiring, replaced control panel end covers
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$275.38
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Oven Door Latch with Switches and Coil
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PartSelect Number PS11742565
Manufacturer Part Number WP4451424
Installation Instructions
Robert from ANAHEIM, CA
Upper oven door latch failed
Remove power to the oven.
Open the lower oven door to access the screws retaining the two vertical trim strips on either side of the oven.
Pull down to remove and set aside.
If needed, remove the two screws on either side of the oven frame securing the oven to the cabinet.
Slide the oven out a few inches to provide access to the two screws securing the control panel to the oven.
Remove the two screws on the sides securing the control panel.
Lift the control panel then rotate and slide the panel into the gap between the upper oven and top of oven case.
In order to assure that the wiring is re-installed correctly, take a phone picture of the oven latch wiring.
Remove the two horizontal screws underneath the control panel hidden by the upper oven door which attach the latch to the oven frame.
Remove the two vertical screws attaching the latch to the frame that are behind the frame.
Remove the six color coded wires from the solenoid and two switches and remove the old latch.
Reverse the process to install the new latch and refer to the earlier photograph to make sure the wires are installed in the proper positions.
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