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PartSelect Number PS438113
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
Repair was pretty easy:1) Unplug and pull the out the oven.2) Remove the thin top panel ( 2 screws). 3) Remove the upper back panel (5 hex screws). 4) remove the front plate (4 screws on the top)5) replace the screen (4 screws). The wires are all labeled so don't worry if you forget which is which.It took me 45min, but I also cleaned everything while I was there.
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I had to remove the whole back of the stove in order to gain access to the timer which is housed on the top console of the stove. There was 8 different leads and a wiring harness to keep track of. I had a friend help and after a good two hours we finally got it. I was never able to remove the top console so had to resort to a bit of prying to gain access to all of the screws. The manufacture did not make this an easy project. The part was rather expensive but with some thought and patients I now have a clock timer with a bright LED display with only one screw left over.
Relatively easy to install once you get to the item. Removed the front panel, top panel, original clock timer.(15+ screws)The leads were stuck and had to be pried out with a knife. As I removed one lead I inserted it into the same on the new panel.((eight leads various colors.)One connector to remove and insert into new panel. Done!!!! It worked!!! EXCEPT; After putting it all together I discovered that the push buttons were not included with the unit. I had to pry out the old ones and reuse them on the new timer.If it hadn't been for the push buttons the whole job would have taken about an hour. Oh, just a reminder, turn off the eletricity. I forgot to and lit up a bit.
I followed Ryan's instructions and had no problem following them. HOWEVER, I ENCOUNTERED A MAJOR PROBLEM when I put it all back together: the control buttons wouldn't work. I took it apart again and examined the old one, which had plastic pins in the holes which the buttons were supposed to push. The new part didn't have the pins. I wanted to remove the pins from the old part and put them in the new one. This was difficult, and I broke the first one when I removed it. (I ended up super-gluing it together successfully.) In order to remove the other pins, I pried and pinched with needle-nose pliers to remove the plastic collar around the pin, then the pin came out easily and could be inserted in the new part, pushing hard until it clicked in place. Then when I put everything together it worked fine.
use #1 square drive: remove screws from back, remove 2 top screws from top, remove 4 or 5 screws from front cover and remove front cover. remove 4 screws from old timer clock, tranfer wires. Now, I don't know why they don't include the push pins on the new part, but you have to disassemble the old clock to extract the old push pins that activate the micro switches (putty knife helped). These are one way pins so don't break them. I pulled the rubber covers off the glass front and started reassembly. I put the rubber covers on last and it was done. If I had not cleaned the stove and had noticed the push pins on the first attempt I would of been done in 30 minutes.
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