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Manufacturer #: W10196405RW /
Manufactured by: Whirlpool /
Fix #: FIX2366563
Manufacturer #: W10196405RW |
Manufactured by: Whirlpool |
Fix #: FIX2366563
First turn off breaker. Pull out stove and unplug. There was about 8 screws on the panel on the back side of the control panel. Remove panel. Remove knob on the bad control and there is 2 screws behind knob. Remove those 2 screws and take the new control and remove 1 wire at a time from old switch to new one then put back together.
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Unplugged and removed burner coils, inserted new pans and plugged coils back in
simply unplugged the burners, removed existing drip bowls, cleaned stove top and inserted new bowls
Pulled out the old burner and slipped in the new one. Also replaced burner drip bowls. Pulled out the burners, took out old bowls, replaced with new bowls, slipped back burners. All fit perfectly.
Made sure the range top was off and totally cool. Removed each of the four range cooking coils. Removed all four drip bowls. Cleaned all around the bowl openings, installed all four new bowls and old cooking coils. Used a Dremel with a wire brush to really clean around the SS range top, along with oven cleaner.This is the 3rd time I have done this. This range top is SS but over 30 years old. My wife thinks we got a new range everytime I do this.
lift the burner up take out old pan replace new one easy job thanks
Bought genuine drip bowls and thus took care of the problem in 5 mins or less.
This is a drop in stove. Turned off power at breaker. Pulled the coils and drip pans to access screws holding the top on. Lifted top and unscrewed old block kit. Replaced block kit and secured it. Screwed down the top and installed new drip pans. Reinserted coils and reset power. All good.
I watched How To Video and followed instructions. Very simple very easy !
Removed the not quite right drip pans and installed the new Roper pans. That was it. I should have purchased the right pans in the beginning and saved myself several months of snarling every time I wanted to wipe up spills.k
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