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PartSelect Number PS1528267
This is the electronic clock timer mechanism only. The overlay or touch pad is NOT included. To get the overlay, please use the model# of your appliance to search.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Initially, I tested the temperature sensor and it was OK. I pulled out the range and shut off the circuit breaker to it. I removed the upper back sheet metal panel to expose the clock timer. I removed the 4 screws to it, unplugged the wires to it and plugged them into the new clock timer. I carefully removed the plastic facing stuck to the face of the old clock timer and stuck it on the new clock timer. No new adhesive was necessary. I placed the newly connected clock timer in position and secured it with the 4 screws that secured the old clock timer. I pushed the range back into position and reset the circuit breaker. I turned the oven on and the problem was resolved.
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One day my wife turned on the oven and it didn't get hot. The heating element was cold even after it was turned on for a few minutes. The same story with the broiler. The stove top and timer worked fine, you could turn the oven on, it just never even started to heat up.I ordered the new clock assembly and it got to my house in 2 or 3 days.Once I got the new clock assembly, it was pretty easy to put in. Just take the back panel off (6 screws), unplug 5 or 6 wires, and 2 more screws and the old clock assembly is out. I peeled off the face sticker from my old clock and stuck it on the new one.Putting it back in was just the reverse of taking the old one out. 2 screws, plugging in the wires, and then putting the back panel on.Its been working as good as new for over a month.
took upper back of stove off then removed 4 screws and replaced timer---that simple
Turn off the circuit breaker to range. Removed the back panel using a nut driver. Removed color coded wiring from old clocktimer and placed wiring on new clocktimer. Removed old clocktimer from range using a phillips screwdriver. Removed the white clock face using a utility knife, placed the white clock face on the new clocktimer. Installed new clocktimer in range using a phillips screwdriver. Replaced the back panel using a nut driver. Turn on the circuit breaker. Set the range clock to the correct time. Baked some cookies to test oven. Easy as pie :)
it was an easy repair, and i thought it was the clock /timer, but it was the probe.
First I weighted out weather it was better to repair the unit or relpace it with a used one. The stove was in good condition so a small investment of $140.00 was a no brainer, repair went off smothly once I found your web site and could see the parts I needed for the repair, also realy enjoyed the timely manor in which I received the parts, Thanks. Tom
I tested incoming and outgoing voltage at the timer! The timer showed to be defected!
unplugged appliance.removed back panel.removed old clock/timer by backing out 4 screws holding it in place.took of each wire one at a time as not to confuseplacement on new part. peeled front plate of old timer very carefully, placed on new part.put back in place.very easy, less than half hour.if I can do,anybody can
Un plugged from elec. took off back, and removed burned out part, and put new one in place. and it worked. Thanks!! Ps:we saved over $250.00
Unscrewed upper back panel of stove. Connected wires from old part to new part one at a time. Then unscrewed old part from stove. After that I screwed the new part to the stove. Replaced upper back panel. Finished.
Discovered that that oven control panel was to blame for both heating elements to stop working at the same time. Went online and ordered the part which was delivered in 2 days. Installation very basic and included the following: 1)Pulled out stove and un-plugged stove 2)Removed top rear panel 3) Removed 4 screws of the damaged control panel (leaving all wires plugged in) 4)Installed new control panel and connected wires one by one to make sure done correctly 5) Replaced rear panel plugged in stove testing oven.
I had already switched off the breaker for the range, so I unplugged the unit and moved it out from the wall. I removed the screws on the rear cover and exposed the clock/timer. I then removed the four screws holding the clock/timer,used my pocket knife to gently pry the wires off of the old unit one at a time, as these were very tight. Holding the new clock/timer in my other hand I installed the wires one at a time to match the original clock timer wiring.I installed the clock/timer, the range back cover, slid the range back into place, plugged it in and turned on the breaker. My wife is happy, I am too.A repair shop wanted $100.00 just to go to our home and look at our range. We spent $104.00 plus $20.00 for the new overlay, fifteen minutes of my time, a real bargin!Thank you PartSelect, I'll be ordering from you again!
Removed four srews from bak of the oven so I could get to the timer. Then I unplugged the oven swapped out the wires put everything back together. Plug it back in and started the oven. Work great. Also you must remove the timer faceplate carefully or you will peel off the white.
first i remove cover, then i unscrew defective part, remove wires. i then install new part & replace marked wires . I then replace cover, turn on oven and holla! my oven is working.
After receiving the parts in only two days, I first turned off the circuit breaker. Then I pulled the stove out from the wall. I used the nutdriver to remove the upper rear panel. Using the screw driver I removed the defective clock timer and used a pocket knife to carefully remove the clock timer face. I positioned the clock timer face on the new clock timer and installed same in the stove panel. (I had made a list of the wires and their colors to insure the proper placement on the new clock timer). Installed the four screws and on to the burner switch. Two front panel screws removed and the defective burner switch was out. Installed the new burner switch, connected the wires, installed the two screws, pushed on the knob and I was ready to go. Re-installed the reap panel, pushed stove back in, turned on the circuit breaker and tested the burner and oven. All worked correctly. A very easy repair!
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