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PartSelect Number PS11743900
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.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Removed 4 screws from the front panel. Disconnected the wiring harness at three locations. The printed circuit popped out of the framework. Exhanged with a new one, and reversed procedure to reinstall.
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First I removed the 4 screws that hold the cover in place. I then removed the 4 screws that held the clock. I pulled the element out about 3 inches and disconnected the 3 wires, swapped the old with the new clock and reinserted the screws. The great thing though was my order arrived the day after it was ordered. Good going!
Actually, my brother was visiting and he removed the screws that held the panel in place, pulled it out and disconnected all the wires, noting how things were connected. Each set of wires was fairly idiosyncratic in shape and color, making it pretty obvious how they connected, but one tripped us by having several different ways that seemed to fit. After one negative trial, he found the right way to make it fit. We were amazed at how easy it really was.
Remove trim piece from microwave above oven.Remove 5 screws from inside oven below the display and control moduleLift out module and unplug three wire harnessesRemove display and PCB from module.Install in reverse
the glass front that houses the clock has four screw just above the door. Open the door to access the screws. Once the screws are out,the glass front can be lifted up off the oven.Instead of replacing the housing and the circuit board I removed the board from the housing andand it snaps back into the old housing.
This is a straight forward part replacement. You will need a phillips screw driver, a hex nut driver, a towel folded lengthwise, and a flash light. A second person's hands are helpful, but not necessary if you have a folded towel ready to use. First, shut off the electricity to the oven at the circuit breaker. Then open the oven door and remove the four phillips head screws under the oven control panel. The panel will then lift up and out easily. Highly recommended: have a second person present to help hold the control panel securely while you remove the three wire cable plugs from the existing electronic clock assembly to avoid scratching the plastic surface of the control panel against the sheet metal brackets that hold it in place. Alternatively, have a folded towel handy so that you may rest the control panel face down on the sheet metal brackets from which it was removed with the folded towel protecting it from being scratched by the metal brackets. Once the wire cable plugs have been removed, the control panel may be moved to a safer location with a soft surface (on a towel or other protective surface) to remove the four hex screws that hold the clock assembly to the control panel. Substitute the new part and replace the hex screws to hold in place. Attach the three wire cables to the new clock assembly, set the control panel back into it's brackets, and replace the four phillips screws to hold it firmly into place. Reset the circuit breaker to the oven. Reset the clock time, which will be 15 to 30 minutes slow (the time you had the power off). Done!
The display belongs to the convection oven. We still could use the oven because we knew how all the buttons and beeps worked, but we replaced the control module because we couldn't sell the house without it. Here's how to replace the module:- Remove the bezel on the microwave above the oven (4 screws on the sides).- Now you can remove four up-facing screws on top of the control panel. Don't unwire the panel, just lay it face-down on the topmost oven shelf, as one of the others above advised.- Looking at the back of the clock module, remove the two connectors. The larger one is difficult to pull. Just force each end gently straight up with a flat screwdriver.- Remove the screws holding the clock in place. They're at the two ends.- Swap the clocks and put everything back.I bought this module from PartSelect because of all the customer feedback you see here. It gave me the confidence to do it myself.
Oven light - Removed 4 screws, unpluged wiring harness on circuit board (3 plugs), removed old control panel and put new one in - less than 15 minutes Very easy !Dishwasher - Removed spray arm and replaced bearing ring and sprayarm seal - 5 minutes. Very easy !
shut power to unit removed front top cover,four screws holding it down.diconnect element and install new one.its that easy.
Turned off power to the ovenI removed the three screws holding the front panel on, then tilted it slightly and removed it. Then gently pulled the three wiring clips off the posts and set the panel down. Removed the 4 screws holing the dispay with a 1/4 " nutdriver and replaced the screen and reversed the procedure. Turned the power on and it worked!!
It was very easy, it took less than 10 minutesjust a few screws.
1. Remove 4 screws at the bottom of the control panel (above oven door) that hold it in place.2. Pull the control panel away from oven and lift to remove.3. Unplug two wire connectors to remove panel from oven.4. Unplug two wire connectors from the clock panel. Used a putty knife to disengage the connector locking mechanism.5. Remove 4 screws holding clock in place.6-10. Installed new clock in reverse order of removal.
I have a stacked microwave and oven. Removing the oven control panel was easy, removing the circuit board was easy, Replacing the wiring strips and board was easy. Reataching the control panel with the four screws was the hardest part., Gotta wirk upside down!! Saved about $200 doing it myself.
I unscrewed the cover on the oven. Used a socket to remove the electronic circuit board and unplug the electrical connectors. Then I plugged the new board in and reattached it.Some of the connector prongs got bent in shipping I guess but I was able to straighten them.
We followed the 63 year old lady's repair directions found on this website and were able to install the new display board in less than 15 minutes. As she said, it was really easy!
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