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    • Part Number: AP3672811
    • MFG Part Number: 316207522
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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Can I disable the cooking clock while I am waiting on the new control clock. I want to use the top (range) while waiting for the oven controls....

Richard for Model Number 790.95660100

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Oven temp will not always reach set point, sometimes off by 50 degrees. Then again,sometimes it is o.k. ????

Doug for Model Number 790.95302100

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I have a Frigidaire flat top black stove model FEF366BCC serial number VF31428662 that I believe I need a solid state control. The control has a number SF5301 S7502 N REV-D on it. Is part number AP3672811 the correct application? I would like to confirm before I order. The preheat lights up but burners doesn't heat. Elements check ok, open control and has a brown spot that has been hot on control board! Thanks, Jerry

Jerry for Model Number FEF366BCC

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The Spitfire Control Board on my 2001 Frigidaire Electric stove is model # 316207502. When looking for a replacement on your site, it looks like Frigidaire Oven Control Board AP3672811 is the replacement part. Please confirm before I order. Thanks, Larry

Larry

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My wife was using the oven one day when the broil element and the oven element both came on at the same time and got really hot! She tried to turn them off, but the controls were dead. I flipped the breaker, that was the only way to get the elements to go off. When the breaker was turned back on, the elements came back on... It's almost like it is stuck in self-clean. The stove top works fine, so I disconnected the elements from the control panel in the back and have not had a problem with it since. I assume the board is bad??? Didn't want to spend $400+ on a new oven if I can fix this one... Thanks

Jay for Model Number 790.95410102

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How do you install this part? AP3672811

Merrilee for Model Number 790.95660102

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I have a digital Kenmore oven the oven want come on the readout on the front doesn't show any numbers liken their is no power. The stove eyes will come on and the lights work. The digital part is blank.

D White for Model Number 790.95660102

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How do you install this part?

Marty for Model Number AP3672811

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Periodically the stove will lose power when there has been no power interruption in the house. Sometimes the the power will be off for a minute or so, then the clock will start flashing. If the elements on the stovetop are in use they will stay on, but the oven stops heating. After a short period of time the unit appears to reset all by its self. The power supply (voltage to receptacle), cord, and terminal block are all in excellent condition. Do you advise replacing circuit board/timer on range? Thanks, Ron

Ron R. for Model Number FEF366ASF

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My oven element blew apart when taking out the element did not unplug causing a short or power surge. Got new element and replaced it now the oven nor the broiler does not work. The top burners all work and the clock. Do I need to replace theclock unit was that shorted out.

Margie L for Model Number fefl74asa

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