Control panel didn't work
David W. • Jacksonville, FL • September 26, 2014
Appliance: Model GE STOVE
My Repair & Advice
I chatted online with samantha and told her that my control panel was dead. I gave her my stove model number. She then sent me the a link to the part. I ordered the part and picked 2 day shipping. It arrived on time. I shut the breaker, unplugged the appliance and removed the back panel and control panel. I didn't removed the leads all at once but transfered them one at a time to the new control panel. I needed to use plyers because the leads are on tight! I was surprised that the actual instrument display needed to be removed and stuck on the new control panel. THe was pretty easy because it was pretty strong plastic. I attached the back plates, plugged in and closed the breaker. Worked perfecty and I believe the led's are brighter in this panel. Super easy and appliancepartspros.com exceeded my expectations.