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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:
The first step was to cut the electricity to the range/oven. I disconnected the front that houses the clock assembly. After carefully watching how the assembly was connected, I disconnected it and connected the new one. It was a simple process and it saved me the expense of having a service person come.
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First disconnected the power source, next removed four burner knobs, removed four screws that hold white trim piece, removed two screws that hold end piece, then removed four screws that hold the clock and element controls, pulled the panel forward exposing the clock, removed two screws that hold clock in place, disconnected the three groups of wires going to old clock, connected groups of wires to new clock and finished assembling in above reverse order.
I removed the three screws holding the trim plate along the front panel. Then I removed the four screws attaching the panel to the stove. I then ubhooked the three wires from the clock assembly and the two screws holding the assembly to the panel.Extremely easy fix. There's no telling how much I saved on a service call by doing the repair myself. The part was shipped to me very quickly and the fix was a breeze.
I accidentally found this website for the exact part I needed at the right time at a cheaper price. Great site and I received the product the next day even though I chose the normal shipping. I just followed others suggestion on how to replace the bad unit and I was able to change this part in less than 15 min. I want to thank this site for providing the required do-it yourself ideas. My clock is new and bright now. Great site and great product. I am really happy with this order.
First I removed 4 screws holding front plate, unscrewed 6 other screws. Snapped out old element unit and snapped in new one. Very easy to do. Many helpful hints on your website to assist me and gave me courage to attempt to do without calling repair man. I am sure I saved at least $150 to $200 by doing myself. Hopefully, this one will last longer than the original one. By reading all other comments; it appears that Jenn Air should recall and replace defect free of charge.
hardest part was finding the 4 screws behind the control knobs, the rest went easy. took 2 screws out of the old circuit board, unhooked the ribbon cable and the other wire connector and put the new one in. piece of cake.
take 4 nuts off in the back, not 4 black screws. then take two end screws off. disconnect old unit and replace with new. nothing else in there. quick and easy
We read all of the other repair stories, but none said where the screws were to remove the front control panel. We spent most of the time trying to find the right screws, taking apart unnecessary trim, etc. Finally, I removed and looked under the control knobs. Voila! We had already removed ALL the screws from underneath the panel. It took just a bit of wiggling to get the panel off. The easy part was unhooking the old unit and rehooking the wires for the new one, and of course, putting it back together.
Removal of the front display was held in by four screws. The clock assembly was fastenend by four socket type screws. Three electronic connectors are easily released and the new unit installed by reversing the order just explained. Very easy.
removed screws holding front electrical panel, then unplugged elec, clock in 3 spots then replaced
Under the touch panel there are 4 small hex screws that have to be removed. The front touch panel then can be lowered to expose the Clock control board. The board only had 2 screws holding it to the panel, but the ribbon connector must be disconnected by squeezing the 2 tabs on either end of the black connector, then lifting the top of the connector which will allow you to remove the ribbon. Installation of the ribbon is the reverse of the removal process. A small multi-point connector also has to be gently removed. After the new unit is in place, replace the connectors being careful not to bend any of the wire projections, replace the panel, and that's it. Very easy.
Pull the 4 control knobs off the front and remove the one screw under each knob. Remove 4 hex head screws and 2 phillips head screws from under the display panel...open oven door first. Gently lower and roll panel forward and out. Detach 2 wiring harness's and the 'ribbon'. Reverse to assemble. Read how others did the job and it was exactly as they said. To have it done would have been $464. I did it myself for $189. Part was shipped fast. . Thank you.
I removed four screws holding the molding under the burner knobs on the front of the stove. I removed the four burner knobs and the screws next to each knob stem. I removed the tow screws under the triangular plastic end caps of the control panel and lifted the panel way from the front of the stove unplugging the two wire leads at the same time. I was able to replace the old clock display with the new one. The new display lights up and works most of the time but occasionally the clock jumps to the wrong time and blinks. It is necessary to reset the clock.
Turn of power. Then I removed the seven screws attaching the control panel. Then I unplugged three electrical connectors. I moved the panel to a counter top and used a nut driver to remove the four screws attaching the clock assembly. Just reverse procedure to install the new assembly. Very easy to do. By the way, even though I requested regular shipping, I received the assembly the next day about twenty hours after I ordered it.
Others submitted reviews on how to complete this repair and their instructions were perfect and just as easy as they said. I'm emailing to praise PartSelect.com because this is the second part we have ordered for this range from them, the first was the bake element. about one year ago. We knew that would be a simple repair and it was. We were afraid the Clock Assembly would be over our heads, so we got estimates from applicance repair shops- $300.00 to $325.00., not including tax. In desparation I looked up this part with PartSelect and was convinced, after reading the customers instructions that we could do it ourselves. The part with shipping was expensive $148.41, but no tax had to be paid. So you can see how much we saved- over $150.00! Plus it came in one day just paying for standard shippping. Thanks PartSelect.
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