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PartSelect Number PS11743899
This electronic clock assembly is seven and a half inches long. It is three inches wide and is intended for use with a range's 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.
Ordered new display module. Very fast delivery. Removed top anel of oven (5 screws) and display (4 screws) and replaced module. Very easy and fast repair.
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First I removed four screws from the bottom of the control panel and removed the control panel to expose the clock assembly. Then removed three connectors from the clock,removed two screws from the clock and removed the defective clock assembly. By reversing the procedure I installed the new assembly and was finished in about 15 minutes.
Removed 4 screws that held upper panel.Removed 4 screws that held clock assy.Piece of cake!
1. Shut off power2. Removed 4 screws holding glass control panel 3. Unplugged 3 wiring connectors from back of control panel and removed it and laid on table.4. Unplugged wiring connector from bad display board and removed it from control panel (2 snap tabs).5. Installed new display board and plugged in wiring connector.6. plugged in control panel wiring connectors and reinstalled with 4 screws.7. Turned on power, and presto - bright new clock display! Piece of cake - 1 phillips screwdriver and 10 minutes. Anyone can do it. Thanks for a great site and all the postings - it helped me diagnose the problem and order the correct part with complete confidence.
Unscrewed 4 screws to remove the glass cover on the top of the double ovens. Unscrewed 4 screws holding the clock in place. Screwed the new clock in place, reinstalled the galss cover and screwed in the 4 screws.One issue though is my double oven is 6 years old and I have replaced the clock twice, the last one lasted 2 years. Anyone know why this happens so fequently?
Turned off the power at the breaker. Opened the upper door, then removed the four screws directly under the control panel. Tilted the control panel out from the bottom, then lifted off. Disconnected the wires, removed the 4 nuts holding the clock panel in place, installed the new clock panel, then reversed the process.
(turn off the breaker to the oven.)take the eight screws that hold the oven in the wall out. then cut a piece of wood about 3/4" square 29 3/4" long to hold the oven out away from the wall while changing the control panel. there is four screws below the control panel to remove. lift the panel towards you and raise it up . disconnect the wires carefully. set the panel on a counter and remove the four screws that hold it in place. change the control board and reverse the process. turn the breaker back on and you are done. very simple job,
Turned off power at breader box. Removed the glass face of the control panel. It was secured with 4 screws. The electronic clock was attached by four hex screws which were removed with a socket wrench. There are 4 electrical connections which must be removed and reattached to the new circuit board. They are keyed so you can't attach incorrectly. Reverse the order, turn the power back on and the LED's glow bright again. Unfortunately, the first part that was sent did not work. However, on the warranty placement a new part was sent right away. The turn around time was excellent, and the new part worked just fine.
The diagram on your website really showed me the part I needed. I had may part the next day and my son who is an IT man changed the part in under ten minutes.. I was very happy, because I thought I was going to have to get a new oven. I rely alot on timed usage.
Turned power off to the unit at the breaker. Opened oven door and removed ( 4 ) Phillips Head screws. Carefully lifted control panel and unplugged 3 flat cables carefully. Placed unit on a soft cloth and removed ( 4 ) 1/4" screws with nut driver. Install new unit and repeat the process in reverse.Very easy if you take your time.
First I opened the door to the oven so that when I turned off the circuit breaker I got the right one. I then removed the four screws holding the panel on, disconnected the wires, removed the screws holding the assembly in place, put in the new assembly in place, put the screws back in, re-attached the wires, and screwed the panel back on, ran down and hit the circuit breaker, and voila' we have light.
removed the four philips screw on the oen cover plate. slid the plate off and disconnected the serial wires. removed the four 1/4 hex nuts holding the control panel on. replaced with the new control panel and replaced the four screw nuts. re-assembled the serial wires, placed the coveer plate and replaced the four set screws. that easy.
Removed 4 screws thathold the diplay panel on, unplugged three electrical connectors and removed for screws holding the display on. Easy!
Removed a couple of screws and removed display panel. Replaced clock display on back of the panel- was held on by two small hex head screws -1/4" nut driver and phillips screw driver were the only tools required, very easy repair thatthe appliance repair man wanted 750$ to do.
removed panel, removed clock and installed new clock, reinstalled panel
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