Mfg part number wb27k10027/stove model rb757bc1wh. I need to know which wires go to which terminal ...White, red, blue, yellow .
The bake wire (yellow) on the original control goes to the NO on the 2 terminal relay, the relay may have a yellow dot on it. The broil wire Violet or blue will go to the NO on the 3 terminal relay, the relay may have a violet dot on it. The L1 wire Black or Red will go to the Com on the 3 terminal relay. The N wire white will go to the N terminal on new board. If the original board had a jumper between NC of the 3 Terminal relay and Com on the 2 terminal relay, be sure to place this jumper wire on the replacement control. The terminals on the replacement control have NO, NC, and COM molded into the top of the relays adjacent to their respective terminals. These terminal designators are very small and difficult to see.
Hi, what does F3 mean when I turn the oven on? The unit is a hot point electric. Thanks
Answer Hi Abe, if you provided a model number I could be more specific on which part you need but generally with GE ranges, the F3 fault code indicates an open or shorted oven temperature sensor. Check the oven sensor harness and connection between the oven sensor and oven control. Replace the oven sensor if the wiring is ok. Hope this helps!
What does f4 means when you turn the stove on and what part do I need to replace? Thank You.
Answer Hello Susana. The F4 is for a bad oven sensor WB23X5340. You will need to test and see if it reads around 1100 ohms at room temperature. If not, replace the sensor. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. Hope this helps. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html