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PartSelect Number PS238565
The wiring of this part may differ from the original and may need to be installed by an appliance repair person.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Based on the model number of the unit, I was able to locate the part that I need from the Partselect.com web site. It was very easy to order and I recieved the part very fast. To my surprise, I only had to remove a total of 6 screws. First, I removed the two screws that hold the oven panel in place. After popping the panel away from the oven frame, I angeled it so that I can remove the four screws holding down the old oven control. Once removed, I replaced with the new part, replaced all of the color coded wires, followed by screwing the panel back into place. Very easy to do and saved tons of money.
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After several years of dealing with the random faulting "F7" code and turning the power off of the oven until it was needed, I decided to replace the control module. I looked up the model and ordered the replacement part. When the module arrived, it was was a little different from the OEM module, terminal wise, but not significant, so it was easy to unplug the bad one and plug in the new one. A total of six screws, unplug a few wires, remove the old module, plug the wires back in and I'm back in business. I'd suggest that novice do-it-yourselfers take a picture of the back of the old module with wires in place, before disconnecting for reference. If no camera is available, simply make a basic drawing of terminal locations/names or use one of the pictures from the new instructions to lable your old terminals, before disconnecting. NOTE: Three terminals were relocated to the top of two relays, with one of the relays requiring two wires to be connected.
pulled panel-took picture of wiring with digital camera just in case-pulled old control-screwed new on in place-switched wires from old to new-put it all back together-cooked some banana bread-oven seems a little hotter than what it reads-works like new
unscrewed four screws holding part in and one by one unplugged each connector and plugged it into the new part then screwed the new part back in . i ooriginally purchased this part from ge two years ago and when it broke again i called ge. no warranty of course and the part went up over $120.00 dollars in two years. i bought this part for less than half the cost from ge and it was the exact some part . no longer dealing with ge.
Remove the two screws holding the metal encasing to expose the controller. remove the four screws that is holding the controller in place. Discinnect the power from the controller, disconnect the other connections.. Replace the old controller with the new one, insert screws connect all wires, connect the power source..Works like a charm..
Removed the screws that hold the end caps on. One on top, the other underneath with the door open. Then removed the two screws that hold the cover of the electronic controls and pulled out this panel. Removed the 4 screws that held the clock/oven module. Removed the wires in order with needle nose pliers and connected them to the corresponding connections on the new module. Weren't exactly identical, but with the magnifying glasses (presbyopia) was able to identify the correct label that matched the original connection....replace the screws back in order, started the oven...and cooked the kids a pizza.
Removed 2 screws and removed the front panel. removed the controller and rewired. The wires were clearly marked and the controller was held in with four screws. Quick and easy.
Just make sure to unplug oven while repairing.
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