Can you show the wiring connections and color of wires so I can be sure I am doing this correctly?
Answer Hello Betty,
The wires hook up just as the old one did. The recommended procedure is to remove one wire from the old component and attach it to the proper terminal on the new component. Remove the next wire and place it on the proper terminal on the4 new component. Continue in this manner until all of the wires have been transferred to the new component. If this procedure is not followed, the possibility of crossing the wires is dramatically increased. The orange wire goes to the bake terminal. The purple wire goes to the broil terminal. The white wire has two connections that connect to the neutral terminal and the number 7 terminal of the CN4 connection, RY7, (relay 7). The brown wire goes to the other relay 7 terminal right next to the white number 7 terminal. The grey wire connects next to the brown on the CN7 terminal (RY1). The black with a white trace connects to terminal 1 RY6. The remaining wires should be on a plastic molex connector 1=blue, 2=orange, 3=yellow, 4=no connection, 5=white, 6=no connection, and 7=white.
Oven won't start. Replaced the ignitor but still doesn't work all lights on clock and oven work.
Answer Hello Oldmarie. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the control WB27T10268 is bad and will need to be replaced in the unit.