I was told this part was re designed(316207510). I was told that a technician could tell me how to wire this so it will work.
Answer Hello Dorothy. The clock 316207510 install the same as the old part. Make sure you install the wires on the properly marked terminals on the new board.
I NEED TO INSTALL THIS CIRCUIT BOARD AND NOT SURE HOW TO REMOVE OLD ONE AND OR REPLACE WITH THE NEW ONE. ALSO DIDNT BUY A NEW OVERLAY SO WANT TO REUSE OLD ONE
Answer Suzette, " To remove the electronic oven control: 1. Disconnect power from the range. 2. Remove the back panel from the backguard.
3. Disconnect the wires and harness from the control board. 4. Remove the four screws. (One from each corner)". Reverse the procedure and test the control. If you're going to be using the original overlay, you will need to be "extremely" careful removing it from the original control. You may even wish to warm it with a hair dryer to keep it flexible and loosen the adhesive. They have a tendency to wrinkle and roll, and usually don't have a pleasing appearence when installed.
When we tried to turn on the oven there was a loud pop then nothing worked. the top part works fine but when we turned the breaker back on all it does is beep and flash F1.
Answer Hello Angela,
Shorted keypad. Internal checksum may have corrupted control relay shorted or bad probe. Check probe and probe wiring and replace if bad. Power off for 30 seconds. If fault returns replace the control.
my oven or broil does not heat up at all but the control board shows it is working. Ihave replaced the temp. probe but still nothing what now?
Answer Hi JB. The pictorial breakdown does not show a oven thermostat. So double check and see if you have 240 vac at the terminal block and 120 vac between L-1 and L-2 and neutral. If all the wiring is tight and at the elements also, The clock control needs changed. It is part # 316207510. Thank You.