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Drip Bowl - 6 Inch – Part Number: WPW10196406
Drip Bowl - 6 Inch
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PartSelect #: PS11750108
Manufacturer #: WPW10196406
This drip bowl is used for electric cooktops and ranges, it is designed to sit under a 6-inch surface burner. It catches the drips and spills coming from the cookware on the surface burner. This drip ...
$8.87
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Drip Bowl - 8 Inch – Part Number: W10196405RW
Drip Bowl - 8 Inch
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PartSelect #: PS2366563
Manufacturer #: W10196405RW
This part is located beneath the element and catches any spills.
$13.88
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Surface Burner Plug-In Block Kit – Part Number: 330031
Surface Burner Plug-In Block Kit
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PartSelect #: PS340571
Manufacturer #: 330031
This newer-style terminal block kit includes two metal brackets, two pre-crimped wires with terminals, two ceramic wire nuts, a heat shrinking tube, and a mounting screw.
$17.12
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Delta Frame Surface Unit - 6 Inch – Part Number: WPY04100165
Delta Frame Surface Unit - 6 Inch
PartSelect #: PS11757480
Manufacturer #: WPY04100165
This 6 inch surface burner with reinforced delta frame carries 1250 watts and 240 volts. It has four turns and is compatible with many electric ranges. Its center medallion is all black in color.
$64.87
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Burner Surface Element - 8 Inch – Part Number: WP3177565
Burner Surface Element - 8 Inch
PartSelect #: PS11740818
Manufacturer #: WP3177565
Sold individually.
$159.39
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Outer Door Frame with Glass - Black – Part Number: 3182315
Outer Door Frame with Glass - Black
PartSelect #: PS337905
Manufacturer #: 3182315
This is just the exterior door and glass assembly. It is NOT the entire door for the microwave.
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Electronic Control Board – Part Number: 280157
Electronic Control Board
PartSelect #: PS564186
Manufacturer #: 280157
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PartSelect #: PS981827
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Infinite Heat Control (Lt. Frt., Rt. Rr. Grid.) – Part Number: 324608
Infinite Heat Control (Lt. Frt., Rt. Rr. Grid.)
PartSelect #: PS564187
Manufacturer #: 324608
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Infinite Heat Control (Rt. Frt., Lt. Rr.) – Part Number: 324609
Infinite Heat Control (Rt. Frt., Lt. Rr.)
PartSelect #: PS564188
Manufacturer #: 324609
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Bracket-Terminal Block (5 Req) – Part Number: 318872
Bracket-Terminal Block (5 Req)
PartSelect #: PS564204
Manufacturer #: 318872
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Catch-Main Top Strike (2 Reg) – Part Number: 24667
Catch-Main Top Strike (2 Reg)
PartSelect #: PS599494
Manufacturer #: 24667
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One burner didn't work all the time the other would go red hot
I unplugged the stove from the outlet, then removed the two burners I was going to be working on and the drip pans. Then I raised the top part of the stove and removed the screws holding the plug-in blocks to the stove. Then I cut the two wires going to the old plug-in block and stripped the wires back to match the new wire parts. Then I placed the sleeves over the new wires, then I placed the new wire beside the wire I stripped on the stove and screw on the wire cap making sure it was tight. I repeated this three more times, once I had all four wires connected I then placed the sleeves over the connections and heated them up until they were formed around the connection. Once I had all the connections done I placed one wire at a time into the plug-in block until it locked into place ( I looked at my old plug-in blocks first to make sure I placed the new wires in the correct way ).I then used the metal mounting bracket that matched my old ones and snapped the correct one onto each plug-in block. Before mounting them onto the stove I compared them to my old ones to make sure they were correct. Then I used the new screws to mount them to the stove. I took a second look at everything I had done before closing the top cover of my stove. After lowering the cover back into place I put both the drip covers in place and then installed the burners.I then plugged the stove back into the outlet and tried the burners. This was very simple and the video on the web site shows this very well which made my job very simple.
Parts Used:
Surface Burner Plug-In Block Kit
  • Phillip from Pekin, IL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Microwave plastic door frame broken
Ordered a new door frame morning of March 25.
Part arrived the next morning and by that afternoon, the
replacement was complete. Only four screws held the frame.
Parts Used:
Outer Door Frame with Glass - Black
  • Frederic from Los Altos, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Electric burner on stove would not work
The first thing I did was to turn the power off to the stove by turning the Stove circuit breaker off at the Main breaker panel. I next removed the 4 burners by pulling them out of their plug-in blocks. I then removed the four screws that held the top of the stove to the body so I could access the bad plug-in block, the screws were located under each of the burners drip pans. I next removed the screw holding the bad block. I lifted up the top of the stove so as to relocate the bad block, with wires connected, through the opening of the back burner. The bad block was located in the front rt part of the stove and by rerouting this to the back I could lay the top down and have easy access to what I needed to replace. I next used the knife to make a cut down the length of the old shrink tubing so as to gain access to the old splice. I next removed the old wire nuts which allowed the removal of the bad block. I then install the new clips into the new block. I installed one each shrink tubing onto each of the pigtails from the new clips and twisted the one new wire to the stove wiring harnes were the old wire was connected . I connected the seconded wire in the same manner. I pulled on each wire to verify that they were tightly secured together. I then positioned each shrink tubing over each wire nut (you have to fold the wire nut and wires down against the wire so as the shrink tubing will slip over the wire nut) and used a heating tool (hair dryer on high) to shrink the tubing around the wire nutted connection. I next installed the metal clip that would hold the block to the stove top. I placed the new block back to the location where the old block came from and secured it with the new screw provided by the kit. I re-installed the four screws to hold the top down, plugged in the four burners, turned the power on at the breaker box and turned the burner on to test that it work.
Parts Used:
Surface Burner Plug-In Block Kit
  • Ronald from Fresno, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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