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Part Number: AP2127094
MFG Part Number: 318012903
Made by: Frigidaire

Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 318012903 (AP2127094) replaces 499502, AH440971, EA440971, PS440971.

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How to Replace Clock #318012903

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Clock #318012903. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


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I have a Frigidaire drop in electric stove. I need the model number 318012903 electronic oven control to repair it. Is their a substitute since they don't make this part any longer?



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Just installed a new Oven control/clock assembly part # 318012903. Set the clock and pushed the oven button. Error Code F-3 appeared. Does anyone know what F-3 refers to and how to fix/delete it?

Bill C for Model Number Frigidaire Electric range # FES388WGCC


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Do you carry the overlay for the electronic even control. The one on this page is the the right one.

A.j. for Model Number 318012903 overlay


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Got a new clock and installed it after the old one got an F1 error that would not clear. New clock is working great, but is in silent mode. My old manual says to push the stop button for 7 seconds, but that does nothing. Like a good video game player, I pushed a whole lot of buttons and eventually made it beep, so I know that it works. But a few days later it is silent again. We do get momentary power outages sometimes so I assume that's what happened. How am I supposed to de-activate the silent mode on this clock?

Sam for Model Number FCS388WHCA


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I followed your directions included in an answer above. The panel is much looser but it feels like something is holding it in in or about the center. Could you please guide me to the remainder of the removal phase? Thanks a lot.

Isabel for Model Number NF63905510


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I have seen video to replace the clock when the panel is on the back of the unit, how difficult is it when the clock/display is on the front of the unit of a drop in with no back? Is the front panel accessible to the do-it-yourselfer?

Mike for Model Number fcs388whcb


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