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Whirlpool RTE2585E Double wall oven


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Posted 19 October 2011 - 07:51 AM

Need the parts breakdown and a wiring diagram for:
Whirlpool - Built-in Double Wall Oven
Mod# RTE2585E
Ser# 35257M545 (both #'s given over the phone serial # doesn't look correct at all)

Customer says they think it is a 1988-89 model. I can't find anything at all for this model.
The closest thing that comes up is a RTE2588P on RepairClinic and it only shows three parts.
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Posted 20 October 2011 - 05:30 AM

Come on..... Anyone have anything on this. I know it's old, was hoping for at least a wiring diagram before I had to go out Thursday afternoon to look at this.

Hopefully there will be a wiring diagram in the control console area....................
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Posted 20 October 2011 - 07:41 AM

The closest thing that comes up is a RTE2588P

... seems like a valid model number.. (Google search)
serial number says c.1985
could only find a parts diagram for
RVE2688P c.1970
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Posted 21 October 2011 - 05:01 AM

Thanks for looking, I ended up not needing any service info.

I was told it was an electronic control but it wasn't. It was an old copper/brown color unit that just had the analog clock, light switch, and an upper and lower mechanical oven t-stats.

Ended up someone cleaned the front of the oven most likely and popped the manual bake clock stop timer out by accidentally pressing the start time clock knob. Just had to reset and explain operations, (this oven is used by many people in a church kitchen, they had been without the use of the upper oven for almost a year).
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Eureka, CA 95501




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