Clock/timer board stopped working
Tammy B. • Elizabethtown, KY • March 12, 2014
Appliance: Model 318414207
My Repair & Advice
Well the first week of December 2013 I was cooking a turkey in my oven and the oven stopped working. I was upset because the oven was less than two years old. I got in touch with a local repair man who only charged me $25 to come out and look at the oven. He advised he thought it was the clock timer board. He wanted to charge me an additional $175.00 to order the part and install it. After looking at the oven myself, I figure it would be simple to replace the part myself. I saved myself $75 and replacing the board was very simple. All you had to do is pull out the wires from the old board and plug them into the new one. VERY IMPORTANT HINT: MAKE SURE POWER IS OFF OR UNPLUG THE OVEN PRIOR TO REPAIR.