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Whirlpool Drop In range - clock/timer not working


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#1 Deltadude

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Posted 01 August 2005 - 01:29 PM

My Whirlpool RS630PXK2 electric drop in range no longer keeps time. I want to fix. But how do you get to it? Doesn't look like it is from the front panel. Could it be from the top by removing the elements, top panel, and then the inside top panel? I would prefer to have a road map before I just muck ahead and mess something up. Also, do I need a clock assembly (mucho dinero) or a timer motor (not quite as mucho dinero) Is the timer motor inside the clock assembly.

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Posted 01 August 2005 - 01:38 PM

This should show you how it comes apart, ref # 11 is the motor and the clock is # 10, looks like the motor is available seperately.

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