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Clock/timer

Part Number: AP2127071
MFG Part Number: 318010501
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Control Board.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 318010501 (AP2127071) replaces 499450, AH440923, EA440923, PS440923.

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How to Replace Clock/timer #318010501

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Clock/timer #318010501 for Wall Oven made by Frigidaire. 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 double wall oven and it turns both ovens on just fine but when you hit cancel nothing happens . I have to trip the breaker .

Tim for Model Number Gleb27t8aba

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Lower oven neither broil or bake element are working. Checked sensor at it is 1083 ohm. Would next step be lower relay or clock/controller?

Anthony for Model Number pleb27t8ccb

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I getting a F1 error code but could get both ovens to work periodically. I turned the circuit breaker off and reset the system only to get the F1 code again. I replaced both boards hooked everything up only to get the code again. Both ovens will come on and function but when turned off, the code F1 comes up and the oven beeps. I guess the only thing to replace is the control board... am I missing anything?

Ken for Model Number Frigidare Double oven FEB798CC8CB-A

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I have a this series as a wall oven. We removed it from another house where it worked fine. Now we have it in a new place, the clock just blinks. I have followed the directions to set it, but it will not work. I removed the panel and the board, where I found there is a 1000 35F missing. Can I send it to you to be fixed or am I SOL. Thanks

Brett for Model Number FEB398WECD

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I followed your advice re checking the voltage at the transformer between L1 and N and indeed there is 120 volts. I went further and based on a service pamphlet that came with the unit, it said that the J2 plug (coming from JI on the board with the transformer) is where power comes to the clock/timer control board. Positions 14 and 15 were said to be AC power and position 1 was ground. The voltage at that point was 2.9 volts AC (measured using a cheap Radio-Shack multi-meter on the 200 V scale). Is this reasonable or should I question the transformer's health? What I'm getting at is do I need the clock/timer board for sure or is it possible the board with the transformer needs to be replaced? I'm guessing the former.

Leigh for Model Number Frigidaire Electrolux pleb30t8ccb

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Late one night after an upper oven self clean cycle, which was completed successfully - including cool down and door opening, and lots of white powder, the screen sometime later went black. No response to anything. However the lights come on when the door is opened and there seems to be 220V at the plug. Could it be that the Clock/Timer board died? Or maybe a bad wire or connection?

Leigh for Model Number Frigidaire Electrolux pleb30t8ccb

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