The ANALOG clock/timer on my stove (part # WB19X5305) has been replaced by part # WB19X10008. I have ordered the part and reviewed the installation instructions. However, the included instructions show wiring for the old unit and the new unit, but the illustrated old unit does not in any way resemble my old unit.
My old unit has 3 white wires spliced/connected together and are plugged into one terminal on the bottom of the analog clock assembly.
There are two red wires spliced/connected together and plugged into one terminal on the top of the analog clock assembly.
How do these 5 wires connect to the terminals of the new digital clock/timer? Thank you.
Answer Hello Kathleen. The old timer should have the markings by each terminal of 1 which is L1, 2 which is L2, 3 which is output 2, 4 which is output 1 and 5 which is common. Then on the new timer, 1 is L1, 2 is output 1, 3 is L2, 4 is output 2, and 5 is common.
I need an instruction sheet for this timer.
Answer Hello Leslie. We will need your e-mail to send you the instructions. Thanks.
How do you wire the new electronic timer clock?
Apppears not to be a one for one replacement. What do I do?
Answer Hello NA. The new timer WB19X10008 comes with the instructions to install the unit. The installation varies depending on the model of unit you are working on. If you go by the instructions, you should be able to install the timer correctly. Hope this helps.