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Thermal Fuse
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PartSelect Number PS11756138
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10545255
This thermal fuse is a manufacturer-approved replacement part for your oven. It is common for the oven to lose power after completing a self-cleaning cycle, and the thermal fuse is often at fault. Replacing the blown fuse is a fairly easy repair, and involved removing the top of the oven to swap out the fuse. Make sure to turn off the power source to the oven before beginning this repair.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
  • Touchpad does not respond
  • Will Not Start
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JAMES P from UPATOI, GA
After running oven in BROIL for lengthy period, entire oven shut off, thermal fuse blown
USE 2 PEOPLE FOR SAFETY! SWITCH OFF OVEN POWER BREAKER!! Remove screws attaching oven to wall opening, slide out entire oven just far enough to get to 2 screws on either side of controls, remove those screws (may need stubby screwdriver), lift control front, opens forward, have 2nd person hold control panel cover while removing centered thermal fuse (plugs on both ends, may need needle-nose pliers to grip plug on fuse.) Remove old fuse, plug in new one. Close control panel, replace side screws, TEST POWER BEFORE pushing oven back into wall, replace wall-holding screws. Less than 30 minutes. EXTRA PERSON MAKES EASY! Read more...
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Range High-Limit Thermostat
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PartSelect Number PS11747248
Manufacturer Part Number WP9759242
This thermostat is also known as a thermal cut-off fuse and is used in conjunction with your range. This part establishes and maintains the internal temperature of the oven cavity. When the temperature of your range gets too hot it will trip the high-limit thermostat safety, this will cut the power to the oven so that it does not continue to overheat. For this installation, you will need a Phillips screwdriver and a pair of needle-nose pliers. If your oven does not heat after a self-cleaning cycle you may need to replace the high-limit thermostat.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
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Joseph from Worthington, PA
Self Cleaning blows the thermostat fuse
Something Kitchen Aid wont tell you but running a self clean on this model stove blows the fuse located on the back of the stove.

First I slid the stove out and removed the back of the stove held in place by 8 Phillips screws. The thermostat fuse is located near the top middle on the back of the stove. Remove the 2 screws holding it in place. Disconnect the wires, plug in the new part. Put it all back together. Job done in less than 30 minutes.

This repair would have cost $164 through A&E factory service.
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Limit Thermostat
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PartSelect Number PS11747249
Manufacturer Part Number WP9759243
An oven thermostat is a switch that opens and closes in response to the temperature it senses. It is typically found in the control panel, where a liquid-filled temperature-sensing bulb senses and maintains the internal oven temperature by cycling heat on and off. This safety thermostat trips when the controls are not working properly, or if the range gets too hot. If your oven will not start or is not heating properly, there could be an issue with the limit thermostat, and you should look to replace the part. NOTE: Remember to disconnect the power from your range before you start this repair. This is an electrical appliance that can potentially hold a 220 volt charge.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
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Frederick from St. Louis, MO
No heat after cleaning oven
This built-in oven was slid out of it's space and set on a box. I removed the back cover with nut driver and located the safety overload device. removed nuts and used pliers to remove wires and replace them. The power must be off to do this repair.Replaced the cover and slid back into place. This could be a lot more difficult if your power cord or gas line is not long enough to make it out of your wall space. Or of your oven is attached well to the frame. Read more...
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Safety Thermostat
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PartSelect Number PS11740991
Manufacturer Part Number WP3196548
This part is used as a safety feature. If your range overheats this part will shut the range down.
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  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Little to no heat when broiling
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Joseph K from PAHRUMP, NV
The oven light shorted out causing the safety thermostat to blow.
Replaced the safety thermostat and disconnected the oven light.
Works great again...without the light
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Thermostat
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PartSelect Number PS11745828
Manufacturer Part Number WP8300802
Replace this part if the oven stops working and the door locks while using the self-clean option on some appliances.
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  • Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Will Not Start
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Abdurehman from Lawrenceville, GA
When using self cleaning, oven door wouldn't open and screen panel went blank.
I searched similar problems on the web and learned that a whole lot of people have Kitchenaid stove with the same problem. They all stated that the thermostat burns when self cleaning. Since technician wanted $190.00, I decided to change it myself. The part cost me $40.00. To instal the thermostat, I removed the panel at the back of the stove and the thermostat is attached with two wires. After I replaced the thrmostat, the screen panel came on and I was able to open the door. I am posting this to tell people that anyone can do this. Read more...
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High Limit Thermostat
PartSelect Number PS11742559
Manufacturer Part Number WP4450934
This part will trip the controls if your appliance gets too hot or if it isn't working properly. It is a safety feature.
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Christy from Paso Robles, CA
After using the "self-clean" option, the panel blew out and the door remained locked. We knew we burnt fuses but didn't know which ones. We had a technician come out and tell us which ones. ($70.00) He quoted us a price of $495.00 for parts and labor. We did the repair ourselves and cost us $157
The hardest part was getting the oven out. The double oven is pretty heavy.

The screws were on the sides under a removable strip. Have a table about the same height as the base of the oven. It was easy to slide it straight over to the table.

The schematics are on top of the oven. Although you probably won't need them for the parts we replaced. When you have the oven out and the back panel removed, it is easy to identify the exact parts you are replacing. The part numbers were the same on the fuses. The thermostat was a simple pull apart. Then undo the 2 screws inside the oven. The heat sensor required some figuring. There is a pin that holds it in place in a plastic casing. We used a small flat head screw driver to push the pin flat to loosen it from the casing. This part was behind the digital panel and the only one that didn't require the oven coming out.

We would easily do this project again and glad we did. We saved $340.00 by doing it ourselves. I am glad I found PartSelect.com

Make sure you turn off the breaker to the appliance first. You don't want any electrical surprises. The hospital bill would be more expensive than the repairman !!
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Thermal Fuse
PartSelect Number PS11742553
Manufacturer Part Number WP4450249
Installation Instructions
Christy from Paso Robles, CA
After using the "self-clean" option, the panel blew out and the door remained locked. We knew we burnt fuses but didn't know which ones. We had a technician come out and tell us which ones. ($70.00) He quoted us a price of $495.00 for parts and labor. We did the repair ourselves and cost us $157
The hardest part was getting the oven out. The double oven is pretty heavy.

The screws were on the sides under a removable strip. Have a table about the same height as the base of the oven. It was easy to slide it straight over to the table.

The schematics are on top of the oven. Although you probably won't need them for the parts we replaced. When you have the oven out and the back panel removed, it is easy to identify the exact parts you are replacing. The part numbers were the same on the fuses. The thermostat was a simple pull apart. Then undo the 2 screws inside the oven. The heat sensor required some figuring. There is a pin that holds it in place in a plastic casing. We used a small flat head screw driver to push the pin flat to loosen it from the casing. This part was behind the digital panel and the only one that didn't require the oven coming out.

We would easily do this project again and glad we did. We saved $340.00 by doing it ourselves. I am glad I found PartSelect.com

Make sure you turn off the breaker to the appliance first. You don't want any electrical surprises. The hospital bill would be more expensive than the repairman !!
Read more...
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Fuse
PartSelect Number PS11747999
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10017410
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Thermal Fuse
PartSelect Number PS11741729
Manufacturer Part Number WP341196
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Thermal Fuse
PartSelect Number PS11742564
Manufacturer Part Number WP4451354
Also known as a thermal cut-off. The thermal fuse acts as a safety device. If your oven overheats the thermal fuse will shut it off.

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