Ok. The model is a Hotpoint Electric Built-in Oven, Cat. No. 10RJC111. 4.0 KW. Serial No.(NNN) NNN-NNNN THe part number for the thermostat is 602776. It is a Hotpoint thermostat.
When you measure the length of the thermocouple, do you only measure the length inside the oven, or the length of the entire device from the back of the thermostat to the tip of the thermocouple?
I appreciate your help.
Yes. No problem. Let me know if you need measurements.
I took a pic of the tag.
I have my parts guy trying to find this on microfiche. I'll respond to you once I have some information. Should be today yet. These older models take some time to research. Thanks for your patience.
Hello. The thermostat part number WB21X5068 is NO LONGER AVAILABLE. If you search and search and search online, you may find one somewhere, but it's unlikely. As I previously mentioned, there really is NOT a universal thermostat. Not only are the wiring procedures different, but cap tube lengths, shaft lengths and widths, and mounting itself.
The selector switch however IS available. The part number is XXXXX and it retails for around $85. You may want to research thermostat rebuilds online. I know there are probably companies who do that sort of work. Unfortunately, all I can do is assess your situation, try to help with a diagnosis and, assist you in finding parts that are not listed as NLA. So, you'll have to search for that T'stat, or see if yours can be rebuilt. Good luck.