clock overlay tore and clock assembly fell backwards into range

ApplianceAmana Range


Level of DifficultyA Bit Difficult

Time to do repairMore than 2 hours

Age of Appliance5 - 10 years

Tools Screw drivers

Shawna From San Rafael, AL

Jan 03, 2013

I'm a woman that's very comfortable with tools, and this project took me about 3 hours because I worked slowly and meticulously. I first searched online for instructions and diagrams to disassemble the range top (which you provide on your site!); took the range top apart; disassembled gas cylinders; removed the clock assembly and found that the plastic "hinges" on the case "face" broke and that's why the clock assembly fell behind the stovetop. This piece is not available separately, so you have to purchase the entire electronic clock control assembly which is over $200. My clock control works perfectly, so I removed the clock overlay; cleaned the icky's off of everything; adhered the new clock overlay and then "McGyver-ed" the overlay case "face" back to the assembly with electrical tape, in a beautiful, not obvious way, and put it all back together. Re-hooked the gas and power and voila! It works! Cleaned up my mess and made some hot tea before bed. Now I can bake some cookies this weekend ?! Thanks for this site and the parts you offer! I'm a happy customer!!!

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Part PhotoPart DescriptionPriceAvailability

Clock Overlay Membrane - Black

Part Number: PS2034624

In Stock