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PartSelect Number PS11743858
This electronic board is located within the control panel.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I totally disassembled the stove top (which turned out to be unnecessary). All that needed to be done was to remove the control knobs, and the four screws that hold the face on. The face, with the clock module attached, lifts off the range (with a little effort). The clock module can then be removed by removing two screws and three electrical plugs. The largest plug is actually the end of a ribbon cable. It has no plug on it. You just put it in the plug on the new clock module and engage the latch on the plug. Reconnection of the other two plugs is obvious.
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My husband did the repair in about 15 minutes using the instructions from other people on this site that had don the same repair. We were quoted $500 by a repair man but this site was recommended by a friend and I was easily able to find the part needed and it shipped promptly. I am very happy to have my clock working again.
very easy, 4 screws to remove front panel and 4 screw to remove the clock asssemby, 3 eclectrical plug in cords and your done. My 3 yr old could have done it.
Received part in less than 2 days after ordering. Turn off oven power. Removed 7 screws from control panel. Unplugged 3 electrical connectors. Removed panel, R & R the clock assembly. Reconnected the 3 electrical connectors. Replaced control panel with 7 screws. Turn power ON, everything worked fine and was easy to do.
After reading instructions by others, I zipped through this repair. Four screws for the trim, two screws in the clock, disconnect the cords and tape, then reassemble.
removed screws to remove front panel. two screws removed to remove malfunctioning electronic panel. Inserted three plugs, one was a flat tape plug. checked to see if secure. remounted the new unit. replaced front panel.
It's a very simple repair. After turning off the power at the circuit breaker panel, remove the 4 sheetmetal screws under the control panel with a nut driver. Pull the panel down slightly to remove it from the front of the range and hang the panel on the tabs on the front of the inner framework (into slots on the bottom of the panel. Remove the two pin connectors and the ribbon connector (procedure is self-evident when you see the parts). Remove the old display (two screws) and replace it with the new display. Reconnect fasteners and reassemble. Took maybe 5 minutes.
Turn off the breaker. Open oven door. On the underside of the front panel, I removed 4 screws and trim panel. I also removed the 4 1/4" nuts. I pulled the front burner knobs off and removed those 4 screws. I also took out the 2 small screws on the underside of the front panel. Not all of these screws may have needed to come out.The clock assembly board will then tilt forward. I used masking tape to hold it to free up both hands and took a photo of the connections, though I didn't need it. Three connections are swapped to the new board. The two plugs are easy.The tricky thing is transferring the ribbon to its new connector. In computers, most ribbons stay with their connector, but not here. Pull up on the tabs on the old connector, pull out the ribbon itself, and place it in the new connector. There are slots on the ribbon which will catch on other tabs inside the new connector as you push the ribbon down.Reassembly is the reverse. With cleaning, the job took about 20 minutes.
I was about to call a repairman when I stumbled accross this website and found other stories just like mine.I ordered the part, got it in two days(the day before thanksgiving). I pulled out 4 screws holding the front panel and the panel came loose and tipped forward. I was then able to access the display and disconnect the wires and remove the two screws holding it in. I installed the new one and I was done. Now the display is so bright I could use a dimmer on it.
Removed trim and control section of chassis from oven (6 screws). Then pulled three separate wire harnesses from the old clock assembly and unscrewed it from the sub-chassis (4 screws). Then I simply reversed the entire process by installing the new clock assembly. The entire replacement process went fine and took appx 30 minutes.
Open oven door to see the underside of the control panel. There are 4 screws and 4 small bolts to remove. Remove the screws, which frees up the front trim (remove and set aside), then the 4 bolts. Next, remove the burner control knobs. Behind each knob there are 2 small screws; remove these as well. You can now rotate the control panel away from the oven, pulling out from the bottom first. Disconnect the two cabling harnesses and the control panel is then free from the oven.There is a connector that goes to the keypad. To disconnect this, lift up on both sides of the black connector until it "snaps" up. Then the flat part of the connection lifts up and out of the black part. Next, remove the 2 bolts that hold the display board. To re-assemble, reverse the process: bolt the new display in place; insert the flat connector and press down on the black part until it clicks. re-connect wire harnesses. Slide the control panel back in place, starting with the top to slide it under the lip of the top of the oven. Re-attach knob screws. re-attach bolts on the under-side, then finally re-attach the trim with the 4 screws.
Undid the screws, disconnected the wires and replaced with the new unit and put the screws back in place.
At first I thought the light was out on the display/clock and I could replace the bulb. Well I am old and not always with the digital age. There was no light bulb just a circuit board. I went on line to find the part. E-bay was the best price and I found this site; Part Select. What a great site! I read that other people had my same problem and how easy it was to fix it. It gave me the confidence to tear into the repair just hours before I was hosting a party with 75 people coming to my place. I was done in a snap. This site is the greatest!
I went by directions as described by another do-it-your selfer. It worked perfectly.
removed the front plate from the stove, then removed the old clock part (disconnected) and then put in new part. Worked like a charm and saved me $200 from the price the repair person was going to charge me. Thank You
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