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PartSelect Number PS11743866
The electronic board is NOT included. Must be ordered separately.
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:
First disconnected electrical power to range. Opened the oven door enabling access to bottom of touch pad (membrane panel) front. Removed 4 hex-head screws under membrane panel to free panel from range. Removed 4 surface control knobs then removed 4 surface burner infinite control switches with 4 star-point screw driver (8 screws; 2 per switch). Removed 2 hex-head screws holding clock control. Removed bottom edge strip from under the membrane panel (4 Phillips-head screw driver). Removed both left/right end caps from the membrane panel. Reattached all components in reverse order onto new membrane assembly. Reinstalled new membrane assembly to range. Reconnected electrical power to range. Tested all components and range is working like new! Other than having an available person to assist in holding panel while reassembling this is pretty much a one-person job. Very common sense steps and relatively easy - even for this woman! Have been inspired to repair timer on dryer. Actual repair took about 1 hour because I cleaned areas along the way that are normally non-accessible on a daily basis.
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Disconnected electrical power to the range.Rmoved two burner cartridges. Removed 4 outer hexhead screws around outside metal frame. Removed 5 inner phillips screws holding the furner cartridge pans.Lifted the top metal frame away from the memebrane panel. Removed 4 hexhead screws under membrane panel to free membrane panel from range. Removed the 4 surface ontrol knobs. Remove 4 surface burner infinite control switches. Needed to use a 4 star point driver to remove 8 screws. Removed two hexhead screws holding the clock control element. Removed the bottom edge stripe from under the membrane panel 4 phillip head screws. Removed both left and right end caps from the membrane panel.Reattached all components in reverse order onto the new membrane assembly.Reinstalled new membrrane assembly. Reinstalled top metal frame and secured with appropriate screws. Reinstalled top burner cartridges and 4 control knobs. Reconnected electrical power to the range.Clock was illuminated. My wife tested all oven and broiler functions including time settings and cancel/off touch button.As of now the range is working like new.Before the membrane assembly was ordered, I researched this problem through the Repair Forum. Looked for similar problems from others.Printed list of all stove fault codes for understanding. Printed parts list for the control panel section to identify all components.Performed 2 dry runs in disassembling range top for understanding.Actual repair time took about 2 hours.Thank you for all the technical information to handle this repair.
The F7 code meant that a button was stuck. I removed the 4 front panel knobs then removed the 8 screws that held the stovetop controllers. Then I carefully removed the ribbon cable from the display assembly. I then reassembled the in reverse order on the new part.
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