Whirlpool RB260PXBQ2 30" Electric Built-In Self-Cleaning Oven Timer

What is the timer/clock part number for the Whirlpool RB260PXBQ2 30" Electric Built-In Self-Cleaning Oven?

Timer part number 3169257 for Whirlpool RB260PXBQ2

The RB260PXBQ2 30" Electric Built-In Self-Cleaning Oven uses timer part number 3169257.

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RB260PXBQ2 Schematic and Wiring Diagrams

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Recent Service Requests

CityManufacturerModel NumberPart NumberFailure CodeProblem DescriptionResolution
Princeton, IndianaWhirlpoolRB260PXBQ23169257NoneWill not let burners get hotAwaiting receipt of timer
Ocala, FloridaWhirlpoolRB260PXBQ23169259N/ABroil and Bake elements will not heat. All other functions work (clock, timers, temp set).Repaired
Walker, MinnesotaWhirlpoolRB260PXBQ23169259noneMy oven beeps after approx. 10 minutes indicating it is up to temp however, it is not. It takes approx. 30 plus minutes for the requested temp to be reached. Once reached, it is consistent with the set temp. I do not get any error messages on my board.Awaiting receipt of timer

Common problems for Whirlpool RB260PXBQ2 30" Electric Built-In Self-Cleaning Oven Timer

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I have a Hotpoint electric oven which came with my starter home 7 years ago. Today, while we were using it, the burners stopped working...just like that. I checked the breaker, even flipped them off for a while, then turned them back on. Nothing. Pulled the oven away from the wall, nothing seemed wrong. I know it's getting power because the indicater lights come on...just no heat. The oven heats, just a little. I'm mystified. When I called Hotpoint, they said it would take a week for a tech to come out and evaluate it...and I need to cook for the holidays! Any tips or words of wisdom? It almost seems as if I have to choose between paying a tech to come out for 70.00 and maybe a costly repair, or buting a new range after just 7 years. Money is so tight, are there any alternatives, anything I'm overlooking?
how do you calibrate the oven temp. i just installed a new controller (3169259) and it is off by about 50 degrees.