I have removed the Clock plate and check the power going to it at L1 and N and read 120 Plus Volts but I still do not have a display. Does this mean the clock needs to be replaced?
Answer Hello Ricky,
The test you made shows that if the clock were going to work, it would. Unfortunately, this does mean that you will have to replace the clock. I normally provide a part number, but the model number isn't complete, so it's impossible to give the exact replacement part number.
And it is the clock assembly that will need to be replaced. The clock plate is just a decorative part.