Oven temp will not always reach set point, sometimes off by 50 degrees. Then again,sometimes it is o.k. ????
You will want to check the oven sensor to make sure that it is around 1090 ohms at room temperature. If the resistance is not correct then replace the oven sensor. Also check the wiring between the control board and the oven sensor to make sure that there is no damage and has continuity through it.
How do you install this part? AP3672811
Answer Hello Merrilee,
Make sure the unit is unplugged from the power supply and remove the top rear panel. This will expose the clock assembly. Remove the four screws securing the clock to the control panel. Now remove one wire and transfer it to the new clock. Transfer the next and so on until all wires have been transferred to the new part. This prevents cross wiring. Now peel off the old overlay and transfer it to the new clock assembly, unless the new clock came with a new overlay. If it did, be sure to peel off the protective coating at this point. Re-install the new clock in the reverse order of the units' dis-assembly.
How do you install this part?
Answer Hello Marty. Disconnect the power. You will remove the back panel off the control panel. Then access the board 316207522 and remove the screws securing the board to the panel. Next install the overlay onto the new board and install the wires from the old board to the proper location on the new board. Install the new board into the unit.