What problems do Whirlpool stoves commonly develop?

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A Whirlpool stove may experience problems. The exact problems will vary based on the stove type. For example, an electric stove will experience different problems than a gas stove. Both will have some similar potential problems. To treat a problem, the problem must first be diagnosed. For example, if a burner will not come on a person will need to determine why the burner is not coming on. If the pilot light is out, then the person must light it. If the burners are blocked, then they must be cleaned. This is known as troubleshooting and is a common way to treat Whirlpool stove problems.
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