Level of DifficultyDifficult
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
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The key to this repair was making sure I typed in the correct model number and serial number so that I got the correct part. I had read here that a couple of folks had received the wrong temperature sensor (i.e. it had the male plug instead of the female plug). Unfortunately I had to call the local appliance repair guy as the plug could not be accessed from the interior of the oven. It was easy to remove the 2 screws that held it in place but I could not pull enough of the wire out to access the plug. The local repair guy pulled to oven out and removed the back in order to unpluy the bad sensor and plug in the new one. It was actually kind of nice that he came as he used a digital thermometer to cycle the oven through a couple of warm ups to see if it was actually working correctly. It worked fine and my wife was happy again. The $75 I spent on the repairman was darn well worth it. "Happy wife = happy life!"
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Part Number: PS2034289