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Spring
PartSelect Number PS3524607
Manufacturer Part Number 4970WRA001G
Fixes these symptoms
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Idler Pulley Spring
PartSelect Number PS11742257
Manufacturer Part Number WP40061401
This idler spring is almost four inches long. It is made of metal.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Burning smell
  • Noisy
  • Pumps but will not spin
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Installation Instructions
Anthony from Mullica Hill, NJ
Not Spinning Out / Leaking Pump
All went well 1-remove front panel 2 screws 2-remove 2 front springs tilt tub 3-forward bottom out 4-remove pump 3 torx screws 5-r and r belt pulley and spring reassemble fast service as well thank you Read more...
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Spring - Button
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PartSelect Number PS230712
Manufacturer Part Number WB09X10009
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Oven Door Spring
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PartSelect Number PS11740694
Manufacturer Part Number WP308126
Installation Instructions
David from GALT, CA
both upper oven door springs broke. Door would not stay closed except with "self-cleaning latch in place"
I HAVE NOT FOUND ANY GOOD DESCRIPTION OF HOW TO REPLACE DOOR SPRINGS ON A BUILT-IN DOUBEL OVEN ANYWHERE ON THE INTERNET. I HOPE THIS WILL BE OF HELP TO SOMEONE.

I correctly assumed it was the springs that broke. With the springs in hand I shut off the power at the breaker box. I removed both oven doors. The upper oven door required the removal of one screw for each hinge. Then with the door slightly open, wiggle and pull upward and the door detached from the hinge. The lower oven door is removed by just wiggling and lifting with the door slightly open. I then removed 8 screws that fasten the oven to the cabinet. I removed 3 screws that hold the bottom vent cover in place and wiggling and pulling downward the vent cover detached. The bottom of the oven was 11 inches above the floor. I placed two sturdy objects about 10 inches tall in front of the oven and lifting, wiggling, and pulling the oven moved forward. I pulled it out about 2/3 of its depth.

The sheetmetal sides of the oven are indented and the spring attachments are easily accessible. ONE TROUBLE SPOT. The back end of the spring attaches to the cabinet but there is a small metal piece called an "anchor" that attaches to the front of the spring and then to the hinge. When the spring breaks the anchor goes flying. I was able to retrieve one of the anchors but the other one fell down between the insulation and the side of the cabinet and I was not able to retrieve it with out pulling the side loose. I was afraid I would run into other issues if I did that. So my oven is sitting in the kitchen while I wait 3 days for a replacement anchor.

The anchor is about $7 and the 2-3 day shipping is $10 so you might do well to just order one along with the spring.

I ordered a pair of lower door springs at the same time. About $10 each. Worth it to me not to repeat this process in the near future.

Once the oven is pulled out, the springs are very easy to install. I did all three I could do in about 10 minutes max.

MY BIGGEST PROBLEM was deciding how to get at the springs. All diagrams in the installation manual showed solid metal sides on the oven. They did not show that the springs we easily accessible outside the oven case. I was pleasantly surprised to see the indentations as I started to slide the oven out of the cabinet!

With the springs installed, I will just push the oven back into the cabinet, install the 8 screws, replace the lower vent cover and install the doors. Turn on the breaker and receive the applause of my wife for my marvelous ability!
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Oven Door Spring
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PartSelect Number PS257058
Manufacturer Part Number WB9X244
This door spring is sold individually. It is recommended if you are replacing one, to replace both.
Installation Instructions
MARK from BLOOMINGTON, IN
Replacing oven door springs on older Kenmore range (40 years old)
Not sure how common broken springs on Kenmore ranges or any other brand are, but both springs broke on my Kenmore oven door. When both springs break the door free falls to the open position which is dangerous. Replacement part number was unavailable so I found a spring the same length and diameter on the site. I then called Parts online and asked if they thought the replacement spring would work. They were quite helpful and said they said it should work. Upon arrive of the springs I pulled the bottom drawer under the oven totally out to gain access to the broken springs. The top of the spring connects to the door hinge and the bottom connects to the oven frame. Replaced bottom drawer. Total job took about 15 minutes. Read more...
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Spring
PartSelect Number PS3525457
Manufacturer Part Number 4B72023A
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LESTER from FOREST HILLS, NY
not all control buttons worked, including button for the light under the microwave
1.Disconnected microwave from power 2.Put spring into middle round opening of the button compartment 3.Snapped in new button. So far 20 second job! 4. Removed front control panel from the microwave. Located Micro Switch,(on the left side connected with two snap-in wires).Pull out wires, pull out the switch. Replaced faulty switch with the new one. Snapped in two wires. Very easy. However, need short 2" philip screwdriver to be able to unscrew screw holding the old switch. Few minutes job! 5. Attached front panel. 6. Connected microwave back to power. Problems gone all work fine. Read more...
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Spring
PartSelect Number PS11750667
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10225448
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$6.24
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Broiler Drawer Spring - Left Side
PartSelect Number PS257000
Manufacturer Part Number WB9K3
Spring
PartSelect Number PS3524605
Manufacturer Part Number 4970WRA001E
SPRING
PartSelect Number PS412793
Manufacturer Part Number 08010568

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