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PartSelect Number PS11743864
This part controls the functions of your oven such as bake, broil, timed bake and the clock.
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 opened the top oven. Then unscrewed the screws below the display unit. Took off the attaching wires. Unscrewed the broken display. Screwed the new display back on. Re-attached the wires. Screwed the support screws back on. It took about 10 minutes.The only "difficulty" was in removing the wires. One of them is attached in a pressure attachment which isn't immediately obvious (that's the largest attachment in the center). Just be careful when taking that one out.
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Really straight forward. Removed 4 screws on panel and 4 srews holding circuit board, unsnapped ribben connectors and replaced.
removed the trim bezel housing the controls and clock assy, by removing 3ea phillips head screws on top and 4ea screws on the bottom of the trim bezel. disconnected the wiring harnesses. removed the 4 screws securing the LCD assy to the bezel. Repeated the process in reverse for installing replacement unit. Very simple. One note: Always shut off power to the appliance from the breaker panel. it will ensure proper reset of the panel when the power is turned back on. this is a procedure a 10 year old could handle. very simple and no electrical experience necessary. Saved myself at least $300 for a few minutes of my time....
Remove phillips screws from below upper face cover. Unclip wire connections. Use nut driver to remove Electronic display. Reverse operation. Careful on reattachment of flat wires to plastic clip. The explanation from other customers made this very easy.
Took out 7 screws. Removed front panel, unhooking ribbon cables. Used nut driver to remove old display from the panel and then install new display. Replaced the 7 screws.
First, I turned the power off to the oven. With a screwdriver, I removed the 3 screws above and the 4 screws below the control panel. Next, gently pulled out the control panel. Three cables attached the electronic clock assembly to the bundle of cables controlling the oven. By pulling on the plastic tabs, I was able to loosen two of the cables. The other "cable" resembles a ribbon. Squeeze the black tabs on each side of the base of the ribbon connector and pull slightly. The ribbon itself then needs to be bent and gently removed from the connector (you can see two slits in the ribbon that hold it in place). Using my wrench set, I removed the four screws that held the electronic clock assembly to the control panel. Then I attached the new clock assembly, replaced the cables and ribbon cable, snapped in the control panel and secured it into place with the seven screws. It was very easy to do this.
I removed the control panel to replace the electronic clock and and was very simple. Remove the screws beneath the assembly, then lift if off the flange at the top. If you have a cabinet door above, you may need to remove the door to provide enough space to lift up and remove the assembly from the flange. The other posts really helped in understanding how to remove the old clock assembly - only word of caution concerns the removal of the black electronic contact wire strip - you need to lift up on two small tabs on each side and it slips out easily.The over door hinge assebly is described well in prior posts and is very simple. If you are replacing your hinges, just do all of them as I found they were all suffering from fatigue. Remember to place a small nail in the hole in the hinge to prevent the old hinge from snapping when you remove it. When you inspect you new hinge, you'll see they've placed a temporary piece in the hinge assembly so you can slide it into the holder on a slight angle. Then replace the screw and backet that holds the hinge in place. When complete, open the oven fully and remove the small metal piece so the hinge can close completely.One post mentioned the need to replace the hinge post on the side of the oven that holds the hinge in place on the oven. I opted not to do this and the new hinges work perfectly without getting involved in removing this part.I found this entire experience easy and efficient - for just over $200, we have a control display that we can see and two oven doors that open and close easily!
Removed the metal panel, approx 5 screws, removed LED approx 4 screws and a few electronic connecters. very easy saved $100's vs calling a repair person
Switch off the breaker to the oven. Unscrew the 3 top and 4 bottom screws holding on the control panel cover. Unplug the 2 cables from the clock assembly (which run to the oven). Remove the 4 hex screws which attach the clock assembly to the control panel cover. Unplug the ribbon which attaches the clock assembly to the control panel cover by lifting the black tabs and sliding it out (there is not a plug on the end of the ribbon). Switch out the old clock assembly for the new one, reverse the steps to put it back together.
We were selling our house and the inspection report noted that the Clock on the double oven didn't work and needed to be repaired. I called the service company to get an estimate. They said $536.00 for replacing the Clock Assembly. I went to your site, saw the schematic, found the part for under $150.00 and ordered it. It took me 10 minutes to install it. Because of you I saved nearly $400.00! Thanks for the quick and reliable service I will reccomend Parts Select.com to everyone!
The digital clock was a snape to install but the long oven sensor required installation from the back. This means removing the double oven from the cabinet. I'm saving this repair for the installation of new cabinets.
Built in so removed 4 screws underneath display and lifted up (was a little tricky because of cabnet doors above)removed 2 plug in connectors and put unit on counter top. to remove ribbon connector push in on tabs on both sides, lightly pull up ribbon (the wider part of connector will come up about a 32nd of an inch and the ribbon will pull away from that, there are two small protusions on the connector that capture two holes in the ribbon) once you figure that out its a simple job.
I read installation advise on this web site, so when the part arrived I was more than ready to replace it. Removing a few screws below the faceplate, pulling the faceplate out slightly then up, being careful with the electronic connections, (there are tabs on the sides that need to be pressed to remove the connectors. The largest connecter is tricky, the side tabs need to be pressed then gently pulled up to release the electronic "tape".) It took about ten minutes to complete. Very satisfied.
easy peasy. the only tricky part, if you don't have prior knowledge, is releasing the ribbon from the old part. I recommend going on youtube and searching for any video that shows you how to release a ribbon connector. We did that and it was invaluable. The alternative is practicing on your new part, but I really didn't want to do this. The new part works beautifully and PartSelect had it to us in 2 days.
Turned off current at breaker box. Removed the panel above the top oven (dual-oven) by removing the seven screws that held it on. Disconnected the wires going to the clock assembly. Laid the entire panel face down on the counter, removed the four screws holding the clock assy in place and removed clock. Installed new clock and reinstalled panel. It was that easy!
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