Whirlpool Electric Range RS696PXYB Timer Repair

What is the timer/clock part number for the Whirlpool RS696PXYB Electric Range?

Timer part number 3169258 for Whirlpool RS696PXYB

The RS696PXYB Electric Range uses timer part number 3169258.

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RS696PXYB Schematic and Wiring Diagrams

Oven Parts diagram
RS696PXYB Electric Range Oven Parts diagram
Control panel Parts diagram
RS696PXYB Electric Range Control panel Parts diagram
Oven door Parts diagram
RS696PXYB Electric Range Oven door Parts diagram
Wiring harness Parts diagram
RS696PXYB Electric Range Wiring harness Parts diagram
Cooktop Parts diagram
RS696PXYB Electric Range Cooktop Parts diagram

Recent Service Requests

CityProblem DescriptionResolution
Ottumwa, IowaF1 flashing on control panel display. Oven & cooktop not
Greenville, New HampshireNo display. Random segments light. Usually only one and looks like one of the "PF" segments from the color. Tried clearing and resetting circuit breaker - no change. Verified voltage across circuit board P1 pins 1 and 3. Verified pin 4 connected to chassis ground. Oven light and burners work fine.Awaiting receipt of timer
North Canton, OhioF-4 comes up intermit and oven won't heat.Repaired

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I have a Whirlpool oven, model # GR450LXLQ0. I am replacing the interior glass door (Inner door glass - Size: 18 1/4 x 12 3/4 inch. Part Number: AP3008062). It's not apparent to me how to install this glass. can someone please provide a guide, step by step, for me to follow in order to change out the broken interior door glass. For example, what comes off first (door hinges??), next, take out glass, install new glass, reinstall door (?). Does the new/old glass slipp out the bottom of the door itself? If anyone knows, please help...