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Amana AGS761L Gas Range Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the Amana AGS761L Gas Range?
The AGS761L Gas Range uses timer part number 31-309440-07-0.
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AGS761L are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers
Whirlpool AGS761L Gas Range, AGS761L-P1142635NL, AGS761LL-P1142635NLL, AGS761LL-P1141274NLL, AGS761L1-P1141274NL
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I have a model AGS761L AND THE OVEN AND BROILER DON'T LIGHT. I ASSUME THE IGNIGHTER NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. IS THERE A MANUAL THAT SHOWS HOW TO DO IT?
I got a used amana gas oven,self-cleaning, with instaBroil. I already lost the manual and I was changing the jets from nat to LP, I got the rangetop done but I have no idea how to change the other ones
I have error code F5 on my Amana range model #AGS761L. What does this mean?
I have a speed queen dryer that heats properly but clock does not shut off on it's own. Does anyone have any ideas?
I have Maytag Amana [FONT='Times New Roman','serif']AGR5715QDS range. The most right knob turns gas OK, but doesnt click the ignitor spark. So I use other knobs to ignite this broken one and it drives me nuts. [/font] [FONT='Times New Roman','serif'][/font] [FONT='Times New Roman','serif']Please help me pick the right part to replace. [/font] [FONT='Times New Roman','serif'] [FONT='Times New Roman','serif'][/font]
I have an Amana Oven Model #AER5715QAW and purchased an oven element from you, however more is wrong--I suspect the oven sensor--part # 12001656 I think. Is there a way to confirm if it is the sensor. Oven nor Broil element respond (no oven preheating)... display is stuck on 100 degrees, but the oven clicks as though it is pre-heating... and nothing happens. How many parts could still be the problem? Am I on the right track--thinking about the sensor? Some details: When the oven went out, I happened to be at home--I heard a sort of clank sound... The oven was not being used at the time. Only later did we discover the bad element. When I replaced the oven element, the bad element was broken (I'd never seen that before). Element was missing a 2 inch section which sat on the floor of the enclosure--totally disconnected from the element. The display and oven top and all functions seem to work fine--just miss the oven...