Oven timer is going off and nothing resets it. The part is discontinued can we disengage the timer so we can use the oven. The oven works fine.
Answer Hello Diane. No, the timer is built into the oven control WB27K5048. You do not need to disengage it, you may damage the control and the oven will not work at all. Hope this helps.
The clock works but the elements in either oven doesn't work.
The ovens seem to work according to the control panel, but after a few min the panel just goes out.
Thank you for your Help
Answer Hi Scott. The oven control clock AP2025104 has been discontinued by the manufacturer. At this time, there are no replacements available. Sorry! . You may have a loose connection at the terminal block that allows the unit to start up but not pull the power needed. Remove power and pull the unit out. Remove the top and inspect all connections. Thank you.
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