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Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: 30 - 60 mins
Tools: Nutdriver, Screw drivers
Customer: Michael from Binghamton, NY
The oven control unit died. This was the 3rd time, fortunately I had an extended waranty on the first 2, as it is not a cheap item.
First turn off the electric breaker, and if necessary mark it or lock it so it will not be turned on while working on the unit.
I raised the glass stove top (it is hinged in the back), and propped it up with a piece of wood.
Removing the control requires the removal of a metal shield along with several mounting screws.
several wires needed to be removed, so I drew a diagram to make sure they all went back on the same terminals.
Reverse the order in replacing the control, and be ready for another 3 to 5 years of service.
This control is a universal part used on many different brands of ranges. Make sure you get the correct part before attempting this on your own because most parts supplies will not allow a return on an open electrical component.