Do I need to do any oven temperature calibration when replacing the Clock/control unit?
Answer Hello Marvin. No, there is usually no need to calibrate the new clock on the unit.
Do you have installation instructions?
Answer Hello Susan,
Pull the unit out from the wall and unplug it. After you unplug it, make sure if you have gloves to put them on as the edges are sharp. Now remove the six screws holding the rear control panel cover on. Careful at the last one that the cover doesn't fall. It will cut you. Now remove the screws holding the clock assembly in. Do not remove the wires yet! The thing that will make it easiest is to remove one wire from the old clock and put it on the new clock. Remove the next wire and find the correct terminal and put it on the new clock. Do this with each wire and you won't cross any wires and you won't have to try to get help with a wiring diagram. This makes it easy. After replacing all of the wires, reinstall the clock assembly with the screws you removed a few minutes ago. After this, recheck that nothing is touching that may cause a short and the wires should be configured so the cover won't pinch them. Reinstall the cover and test the unit.
Can you please give us directions to install this part.
Answer Hi Tom. Remove the power and the back cover. If there is a control panel back cover, remove it as well. Then take note of all wire connections before removing them. You can use a cell phone to picture them or just remove them one at a time to place on the new clock. Peel off the keypad and reuse it on the new clock. Clock part # 316131600. Thank You.