How to Fix Oven Timer Not Advancing | Range/Stove/Oven Repair
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How to Fix An Oven Timer That's Not Advancing

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Electronic Control Board

Most modern ovens use an electronic control board to control the oven functions. These models will use the control board to operate the bake and broil elements.

How to inspect the electronic control board in an oven or range:

  1. Similar to many other inspections, begin by unplugging your range or oven.
  2. In order to closely inspect it, you will need to remove the electronic control board from the appliance. You will most likely need to remove the top panel of your appliance in order to access it. Once you have located it, remove the electronic control board.
  3. Once you have removed it, begin by inspecting the board for wear, damage, or cracking. You should also inspect it for any signs of burning or shorted terminals.
  4. If your control board shows any of the symptoms described above, you may need a replacement electronic control board.

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