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    Portland OR

    Default Help finding Whirlpool stove burner control knob?

    Model Number: unknown
    Brand: Whirlpool
    Age: 6-10 years

    Can't get to the model number, so this will be an interesting exercise...

    I bought a house in Cabo San Lucas, MX and the Whirlpool stove is about 6-10 years old, possible a couple of years older even. One of the burner control knobs is broken and I'm looking for a replacement. It doesn't necessarily have to match. If it will work, I'm good with that. I've posted some pictures of the stove, and one of the working knobs so you can see the parts and hopefully point me in the right direction.

    Thanks in advance for any assistance!
    - Patrick
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