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Fix Number FIX11741002
Manufacturer Part Number WP31986601BThis is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer. This rocker switch is used a number of appliances, most often it is used in ranges, dishwashers, range hoods, wall ovens, and cooktops. He uses vary depending on appliance, but some common uses are to turn on oven lights and downdraft fans. In the case of ranges, and wall ovens it fits in the control panel and allowed you to turn the oven light on an off. Due to the mechanical nature and the fact this part is made out of plastic it may wear down over time, at which point it will need to be replaced. To replace this switch you first need to remove the control panel, you will then pull the connector off the back of the switch, make sure you attention to which is the top and which is the bottom, this will make installing the new switch easier. After the connector had been removed you can then push the old plastic rocker switch out of the hole, and pop the new switch into place. Then reconnect the wires, and reassemble the control panel. Before starting this repair make sure your appliance had been unplugged.
Fix Number FIX879068
Manufacturer Part Number 4378581This metallic vent hood filter collects grease particles in the air from cooking. This filter is also removable for cleaning.
Light Cover Lens
Fix Number FIX11745133
Manufacturer Part Number WP8190212This part covers the light bulb.
Fix Number FIX732512
Manufacturer Part Number 4396387This metallic vent hood filter collects grease particles in the air from cooking.
Fix Number FIX11742766
Manufacturer Part Number WP49001219As per Factory, you must purchase the infrared lamps (br40) at a local lighting supply house. Sold individually.
Lower Dishrack Kit
Fix Number FIX2378335
Manufacturer Part Number W10311986This kit comes with the wheels, bumpers, fold down tine and flexrow retainer.
Clemento from Hanover, MD
Upper and Lower racks were rustingThe top rack needed the stoppers taken off and then sliding out the old rack and then sliding in the new rack. I then popped the stoppers back in. The lower rack was even easier because there were no stoppers to remove. There were no instructions for the lower rack, but it was easy to see where to pop on the sliding wheels and put the rack into the dishwasher. There were a few extra parts that were not needed. I saved those just in case. Thanks for making this so simple. Read more...