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RSS380 Caloric Range

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This is a genuine OEM 40-Watt replacement light bulb that is compatible with various types of appliances. It has a frosted glass bulb with a standard metal socket base, making it easy to screw and uns...
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This is an authentic OEM replacement part.?This flat style over igniter is commonly used in ranges and wall ovens. This igniter is specifically used to ignite the broil element. The igniter pulls curr...
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This square chrome drip pan is intended for use with gas ranges. With a 4 inch diameter center hole and 7-3/4 inch sides, this pan is dishwasher safe and comes one to a package.
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This is an authentic OEM replacement part. This wire oven rack is used un ranges, microwave oven combs, and wall ovens. This wire rack is made of metal, and it is chrome in color. It is approximately ...
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This OEM replacement part has been sourced from the manufacturer.?This hinge kit is designed for use with ranges and wall ovens. The hinges allow you to easily open and close the door on your applianc...
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This gas burner grate is used for some gas ranges and cooktops. This is a black burner grate with each side measuring almost eight inches.
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This is an authentic OEM replacement part. This hinge kit is commonly used with ranges. Working hinges allow you to easily open and close the door on your range. This kit comes with the hinge and the ...
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This light bulb is used in a range's control panel.
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This part sends enough current to the igniter to create a spark to the bottom of the burner cap.
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This selector knob is two inches in diameter. It is black in color and is made of plastic. This knob will accept a 'D' shaped shaft, and it has white lettering denothing the off, clean, broil, timed b...
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Gas igniter glows, but will not light
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Will Not Start
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Little to no heat when baking
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Door won’t close
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Element will not heat
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Little to no heat when broiling
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Customer:
John from Niles, MI
Parts Used:
786324
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Oven wouldn't heat. Glow ignitor was weak and wouldn't ignite flame.
After shutting off the gas and removing the oven door, which simply slid off of the hinges, I removed the oven plate. The ignitor was attached to the manifold. I removed that and noted the wires were attached back behind a hole in the back of the oven. I thought I would have to access them from the back but when I pulled on them I was able to reach them from the front. I was surprised to find plastic lugs covering the wire ends, rather than ceramic. I attached the new ignitor wires and reused the plastic lugs, as no ceramic ones came with the new ignitor. I carefully slid the new ignitor back into the cage/shield attached to the manifold and replaced the manifold. I then turned the gas back on and tested the ignitor (which worked perfectly) before replacing the oven plate. The repair took less than 30 minutes, but my wife and I thoroughly cleaned the door and interior while we had it apart. The hardest part was getting the door back on the hinges, but this too was accomplished after several attempts. The oven heats up beautifully now.
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Customer:
Jeffrey from Marietta, GA
Parts Used:
WP95292
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Light Bulb burned out
Removed the two screws that hold the back glass in place. Rotated old bulb out of it's lamp fixture and replaced it with the new bulb. Replaced glass and reinstalled the screws.
The hardest part was finding the bulb ... a very unique 18W flourescent. I wasted a couple of hours trying to locate it locally at my regular suppliers. Th e order at PatsSelect was easy and direct and the bulb was on my doorstep 3 days later .. an exact fit. Thanks guys.
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Customer:
Rick from Laguna HIlls, CA
Parts Used:
786324
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Screw drivers
Oven would not light
After the appliance store told me that the repair would cost about $500 to fix an oven that wouldn't light we didn't have the money to repair it or buy a new one so we went without an oven (only the oven) for almost 1 year. The igniter would glow but the oven would not light. my son found your site online and passed it on to me. It was so simple it's almost funny. I opened the oven door and removed the burner cover. Then reached in and removed the three screws that held the igniter in place. Turned off the gas, disconedted it so I could pull the stove out to get behind it. Found the wires to the igniter and undid the 2 wire nuts. Removed the igniter cover from the old one and slid it onto the new one. Be very careful because the igniter is very delicate and be sure to not toucjh the heating eliment. Slid the new part into place, reinstalled the screws, connected the new wires with the old wire nuts, reconnected the gas and turned on the oven. BAM it worked like a charm.
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