Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
David From Woodinville, WA
Nov 25, 2009
9 out of 11 people found this instruction helpful
I pulled about 8 screws from the front of the stove which held the stainless steel cover to the gas controls on the front of the stove. Then I pulled 4 hex head screws which held the same cover on. The cover tipped toward me and revealed the wiring and control panel. I took each wire off one at a time with needle nose pliers and connected each wire one at a time to the corresponding location on the new control panel. I didn't want to get anything mixed up. There are two multi-wire plugs and they only go on one way so you can't really get those wrong. Once all the wires were reconnected to the new panel, I mounted it to the stainless steel cover, reinstalled the cover, and turned the power back on. Voila! Works like a charm! The whole job took about 20 minutes and I was chatting with my family as I did the job so I was a bit distracted. Expensive part but very easy to change.