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PartSelect Number PS3486627
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
A G.E. tech came out and quoted $500 to replace the circuit board. I unbolted the board myself and used the camera in my phone to take a picture of the wiring. Then I came to PartSelect.com and using their diagrams found the replacement board for $75. It came in the mail a few days later. I used to picture in my phone to reconnect all the wires, bolted everything back up and baked some cookies. Thanks PartSelect for making my repair job simple and inexpensive.
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I ordered a new display from the internet. I removed the panel where the display is housed, unscrewed the entire display assembly and unplugged all wires connecting it. (I made a drawing and noted colors of wires) I removed adhesive face of display and replaced it on the new display. I then screwed in the display and reconnected the wires as per my notes. I reassembled the panel and applied power and it worked like new.
First I removed the back panel and then removed the four screws that hold the display board in place.I then disconnected the wires.I installed the new board and connected the wires.I put the back panel on.I installed a serge protector and pluged in the range. Job completed and it worked.
Removed the top back cover. Then removed screw for clock circuit board. swapped wires from old circuit board to new circuit board. reinstalled screws. Then replaced top back cover.
First I tested oven sensor which checked o k. I then made a diagram of the electrical wireing to the oven control. I disconnected wireing and removed the control then with sharp knife I removed touch control pad. I placed th touch pad on the new panel and installed panel and connected wiring. Pluged into wall rec and test oven which checked o k .
Very simple repair, removed the back plate, took off the 4 screws holding the controler panel on, swapped over the wires one at a time, and reinstalled. Less than 15 min total time.
bought new panel and installed and looking @ wire connections from old control, I'm very much mechanically inclined , so was a breeze for me, but non handy people may not know how to disassemble the control panel without not having an idea how it's made. I'm a "mr fix it", "jack of all trades" kinda guy and am proud of it.
Remove rear cover. Remove old display. Remove one wire (and place on new board) at a time. Carefully remove faceplate from old board and place on new one. Close everything up and your done. Took 10-15 minutes.
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