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Electronic Control Board

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PartSelect Number PS10066109
Manufacturer Part Number W10769079
Manufactured by Whirlpool

This part is known as the "brains" of the appliance.

This part works with the following brands: Maytag.

This part works with the following products: Range, Wall Oven.

This part fixes the following symptoms:

  • Little to no heat when baking.

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Question:

When selecting bake, the broiler will come on

Jeff for model number MER8875WW
Answer:

Hi Jeff, Thank you for your inquiry. It is not uncommon that an oven will alternate between the bake and the broil when setting your appliance to bake. However if your bake element just isn't working at all, it could be that you either have a faulty bake element or a faulty electronic control board. You can test your bake element with a multi-meter to see if that is the cause. If it is not though, you might have to consider replacing your electronic control board. I hope this helps!

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Question:

Had both ovens on getting ready to put stuff in, there was a pop noise and it tripped the breaker. Reset the breaker and the display for time and oven temp only shows part of the numbers. Control panel? Or do I need to look at something else that caused it.

Eric for model number MER6755AAB
Answer:

Hi Eric, Thank you for the question.It sounds like the relays on the Electronic Control Board blew and the board will need to be replaced. Part Number: PS10066109. Good luck with the repair!

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Question:

Do i need to order an entire new panel board if the (upper oven) "cancel" button will not turn off oven? You can hear the beeping to turn off but the oven stays on. Is that the only part/item that would be needed to fix this problem?

barbara for model number MER6755AAB
Answer:

Hi Barbara, Thank you for your inquiry. You may have to replace the electronic control board, but I would check the touchpad, part number PS11744363, as well before placing an order. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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Question:

Jenn-Air. I have been noticing for awhile that the clock display would dim get brighter go out[blank]for a while then come back on. Now its out altogether,but if i touch a button to set a command i get a 'beep'.

steven for model number SVE47500B
Answer:

Hello Steven, thank you for contacting us. Sounds like the control board is faulty. You would need to replace that part. The part number for your model would be WP71001799 Hope this helps!

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Parts Used:
  • Electronic Control Board
Level of Difficulty: A Bit Difficult
Time to do repair: 30 - 60 mins
Tools: Nutdriver
Customer: Johnny from Charlotte, TN

Bottom element not heating

First checked voltage to element and only getting 120 volts.
Checked web site for problem and 23% said heat sensor. Replaced heat sensor and did not fix problem. Replaced circit board and fixed problem. Solder point on relay on back of old circit board was burned. Might could have resoldered but already had new part before we took the old one out. Spent extra $50 and 2 days when should have taken out circit board first.

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Parts Used:
  • Electronic Control Board
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: 15 - 30 mins
Tools: Pliers, Screw drivers
Customer: James from Pawleys Island, SC

Upper oven would not heat or broil

Easy enough, hardest part was removing the original wire connectors from the original board. The connectors were on very tightly. It occured to me that it might be cost effective to send the orginal failed unit to a central remanufacturing site for say a $5 or $10 reward. You could include a label and a prepaid shipper to sent there in the boxes you sent me. This would be something a charitable company could do and would result in cost savings all around.

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Parts Used:
  • Electronic Control Board
Level of Difficulty: A Bit Difficult
Time to do repair: 1- 2 hours
Tools: Screw drivers
Customer: Basil from WARE, MA

The small oven on top did not heat up

I pulled the range away from the wall to gain access to the back.I turned off the power to the range at the circuit breaker panel. I unscrewed all little screws on top of back plate then removed it carefully.I took several pictures on the connections to the ECR board.I watched a video on You Tube which was helpful.The difficulty was getting the connectors off without breaking them. By carefully putting the edge of the flat blade screwdriver under each connector and twisting it gently I was able to get this little plastic locking pin to let go.Once this pin unlocked I was able to remove the connector from the prongs on the range. After removing the ECR board I carefully removed the decal from the front of the old board by pushing the edge of a sharp putty knife slowly under the decal. Following the pictures I took I was able to connect the new ECR board connectors properly and re-assemble the board into the top of the range after attaching the decal being careful to line it up properly.Once the range was back against the wall I turned on the power and set the clock then proceeded to test the small top oven which now worked fine.I found the people at at this stie to be very knowledgeable about what parts are needed to fix common problems.

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Model Cross Reference

This part works with the following models:

PartSelect Number: PS10066109
Manufacturer Part Number: W10769079
Brand Model Number Description
MaytagMER6555AABRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6555AAQRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6555AAWRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6555ACWRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6751AABRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6751AAQRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6751AASRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6751AAWRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6755AABRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6755AAQRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6755AASRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6755AAWRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6755ACBRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6755ACSRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6755ACWRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6765BABRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6765BAQRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6765BASWall Oven - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6765BAWRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775AABRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775AAFRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775AANRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775AAQRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775AASRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775AAWRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775ACBRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775ACFRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775ACSRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775BABRange - Freestanding, Electric
MaytagMER6775BAFRange - Freestanding, Electric