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Clock/timer, Eoc

Part Number: AP2127066
MFG Part Number: 318010102
Made by: Frigidaire

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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 318010102 (AP2127066) replaces 318010102R, 833235, AH440917, EA440917, PS440917.

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I am looking foe the electronic schematic for the Timer/Controler P.C.Board No:318010102

Lionel for Model Number PLEF489CCD

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Are there any cross-reference parts available to replace this control board? The appliance is only 6 years old, and cant find anything to repair the concern

Robert for Model Number 790.75503207

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The oven control panel for this unit is next to impossible to find now. Can I get the relay for the baking element and have my electronically gifted friend solder the new one in? If yes, what is the part # for the realy so I can have it waiting when my friend arrives? Thanks.

Trey for Model Number frigidaire PLCF489CCF part # 318010102

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Received 2 refurbished clock/timer. Neither had the wht plastic pegs which cover the span between the front panel and the actual buttons on the control board. I have had a repair person out, he did not know what to do. Pulling the old one apart and having to pull open the refurbished part to insert pegs could damage this expensive part. What to do??? Is this part available with the pegs?

Barb for Model Number PLEF489CCD

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So far, this site has been extremely helpful. I'm really trying to nail the problem down before springing for a new control panel, since it isn't cheap. I'll try to cut my diagnostics down to the essentials. Similar to other posters, no bake in the big oven. Broil works fine. Tested the baking element and it looks good. Negligible resistance. No voltage across bake element when bake cycle is on. Therefore, suspicious of control panel. I am getting 240V between E7 (bake) and E9 (L1, the black side if I have it correctly). This tells me I have continuity all the way from the Red side, through the relay marked "RELE DLB" on the wiring diagram and up to E7. Am I correct that the relay on the board must be therefore be faulty, because otherwise E7 to E9 voltage would be zero, since the "Bake" relay connects them? Thanks in advance.

Paul for Model Number PLCF489CCF

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broiler works but bake element doesn't. Replaced heat sensor and bake element. Turn unit to bake and 350 degrees and checked voltage at the bake element and I am getting 120 volts on each side of element.

Randy for Model Number plef489ccf

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