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Combination Grease and Odor Filter
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Fix Number FIX223976
Manufacturer Part Number WB02X10700
It is used for many ranges and vent hoods.
Installation Instructions
Syed from Silver Spring, MD
Filter replacement
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$17.20
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40WATT 15AMP INCANDESCENT BULB
Fix Number FIX217532
Manufacturer Part Number 40A15
Installation Instructions
Jeffrey from SEATTLE, WA
Bake element replacement
1. Turn of over power at the breaker.
2. Remove bake element cover. There's 2 quarter inch nuts.
3. Disconnect old element. For me there was not much play in the wires so when I disconnected the old element I lost the wire in the insulation. If this happened you can remove the central plate cover on the back of the oven and you can easily find the wires again.
4. Connect the replacement element.
5. Screw the bake element cover back in.
6. Turn power back on.
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Fan Blade
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Fix Number FIX952006
Manufacturer Part Number WB02X11025
This part is the replacement fan for your range hood. It is made of white plastic and is approximately 7 inches in diameter. The fan blade helps to dissipate smoke and smells from your range. The main reason you would want to repair the fan blade is if it is damaged, and will not rotate. To remove the fan, use a pair of pliers to grab the retaining clip, and pull the fan blade off the shaft of the motor. This part is sold individually and is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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Halogen Bulb - 20W - 12V
Fix Number FIX951718
Manufacturer Part Number WB01X10239
Sold Individually.
Installation Instructions
Martin from Long Beach, NY
replaced a halogen bulb
I only replaced a halogen bulb so the light on the microwave oven would shine over the stove at night, or when I needed better lighting on the stove while cooking.
I used a Phillips to unscrew the plate covering the light bulb. I then grabbed the dead bulb, gently pulled it out, lined up the holes in the place where the new bulb would go with the pins on the new bulb, and gently (again) forced it into position.
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Evaporator Fan Blade Kit
Fix Number FIX304684
Manufacturer Part Number WR60X114
Fixes these symptoms
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nina from Fort Worth, TX
motor
removed back of reridgerator(INSIDE)motor came out--removed bracket (two screws)found grommet from old motor and used it for the front grommet and used new grommet on the back--got some washers at store(extra spacers)new fan was too large(i had one id purchased earlier that fit)shaft clamp was purchased at store(front/back)--used foam to pad fan blade(from roller) and reassembled(special leads supplied didnt work)connected old leads to new motor--it works good.its important to note that once you d/c power you can run refigerator/freezer(its not as efficient)but it will save some of the food until you can find all of the parts. Read more...
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Light Switch
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Fix Number FIX953546
Manufacturer Part Number WB24X10130
This is the replacement light switch for your range. It comes with the actual switch, and the hex nut that goes with it. The switch is approximately 1 ¼ inches by 1 ¼ inches, and the hex nut is approximately ½ an inch in diameter. When you press the switch, it allows you to turn the range light on and off. If the light does not come on when you hit the switch, you may need to replace it. Be sure to disconnect your microwave from the power source before you begin this repair. This part is an authentic OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
Installation Instructions
Thomas from Wildwood Crest, NJ
plastic stems broke replaced both switches
Turn off circuit breaker to vent hood. Note how narrow wire channel cover fits into switch cover underneath hood. Remove range burners and sit on range facing switch cover for access to screws with small Phillips head screwdriver. Remove both back wire cover and switch cover screws. Remove covers. Remove plastic control knobs on front by pulling straight off. Do not twist. With pliers or wrench remove two locking nuts. Light switch has three wires. Fan switch has four. Note wire colors and corresponding numbered slots on back of switch. Using end of large paper clip push into wire slot behind wire to loosen spring tension and carefully pull wire straight out. Do all wires in one switch at a time. Keep wire end straight and insert into correct numbered slot on new switch. Do not overtighten locking nuts upon reassembly. Replace knobs. Screw switch cover back on and then narrow wire cover. Turn circuit breaker on. Test new switches. Read more...
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Fan Switch
Fix Number FIX953545
Manufacturer Part Number WB24X10129
This is the replacement fan switch for your range hood. When you turn the knob to turn the range fan on, the fan switch is actuated. If your fan will not turn on when the knob is turned, you most likely have an issue with the fan switch. The fan has a main square portion with a red center that connects to the fan control knob. The main portion is approximately 1 inch in diameter. This part is sold individually. Be sure to disconnect the power source from your range before you begin this repair.
Installation Instructions
Thomas from Wildwood Crest, NJ
plastic stems broke replaced both switches
Turn off circuit breaker to vent hood. Note how narrow wire channel cover fits into switch cover underneath hood. Remove range burners and sit on range facing switch cover for access to screws with small Phillips head screwdriver. Remove both back wire cover and switch cover screws. Remove covers. Remove plastic control knobs on front by pulling straight off. Do not twist. With pliers or wrench remove two locking nuts. Light switch has three wires. Fan switch has four. Note wire colors and corresponding numbered slots on back of switch. Using end of large paper clip push into wire slot behind wire to loosen spring tension and carefully pull wire straight out. Do all wires in one switch at a time. Keep wire end straight and insert into correct numbered slot on new switch. Do not overtighten locking nuts upon reassembly. Replace knobs. Screw switch cover back on and then narrow wire cover. Turn circuit breaker on. Test new switches. Read more...
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Charcoal Filter
Fix Number FIX11771772
Manufacturer Part Number WB02X27240
This filter is black in color and measures approximately 10 inches in diameter. The charcoal filter removes cooking odors from the air that circulates through the range hood. You will likely need to replace the charcoal filter if you notice any damage to it, or if it has been in your microwave for a long time. This part is sold individually and is an authentic OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
$31.51
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Grease Filter
Fix Number FIX241982
Manufacturer Part Number WB2X2052
This part is in the shape of a bowl - also known as bowl-style grease filter.
Installation Instructions
Millie from Bear, DE
Old grease filter for kitchen exhaust fan wore out
- Released old filter from housing of the kitchen exhaust fan by turning locking clip. - Inserted new filter into housing and secured in place by turning the locking clip. Though filter not for my exact model, it fit like a glove and the unit is good to go. Read more...
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Grease Filter
Fix Number FIX243103
Manufacturer Part Number WB2X8391
This metallic vent hood filter collects grease particles in the air from cooking.

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