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Customer Questions and Answers for Oven Control Board by Frigidaire

    • Part Number: AP2127072
    • MFG Part Number: 318010700
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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Can you all rebuild it or is there some other way to fix it? Problem: The top element will not heat and it is not the element. I had it tested and the repairman said it was the relay. Sears says it is the control board! Which one is right? If it is the control board, what is the price for repairing it? Sears claims that I need a repairman to take it out. What do you all say?

Richard C. for Model Number pleb27s8cca

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I have been told that you can no longer get the part that sets the temp in the oven,( part of the clock relay) The oven was made 2004. Is there and place I can get a replacement part?

Maria for Model Number GLEB27S7CBB

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Oven door open but will not shut and display says locked.

Chuck for Model Number PLEB27S8ACB

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Where can I purchase a controller board 318010700 for a Frigidaire wall oven?

Derek B

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My electric wall oven model #Frigidaire Gleb27scbb will not go above 210 on any mode. The trouble started when it was on reg bake mode and it was switched to convection mode or the other way around. A slight sizzle was herd.The oven continued making its clicking noise as if switching temp, but nothing really happened. It doesn't go past 210. I tried resetting the oven by turning off breaker to no avail. Whats most probably wrong with it?

Isaac for Model Number Frigidaire Gleb27scbb

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I turn the oven on and set the temperature at 350. It comes on and heats up. The bottom element shuts off but the broiler element stays on and I get an f3 code. So I replaced the probe and it still does the same thing. Could it be the clock/timer.

Ray for Model Number gleb27s7csb

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Oven clock works fine timer works fine but oven will not heat have checked cooking elements they are fine and the thermostat what else should I check before buying new clock panel.

Barbara for Model Number PLEB30S8cca

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I turned my wall oven on to heat up for baking. Heard a pop sound - all the lights went out on the front. Does the clock/timer gadget - part # 318010700 - have to be replaced?

Barbara for Model Number GLEB30S8CBB

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Our oven is not heating up for baking. The broiler works, the clock/timer works. We replaced the lower element and that isn't the problem. Can the clock/control panel be the problem even though it has light and seems to function?

Carol for Model Number PLEB30S8CCC

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Hi both of the elements do not work but every thing else works I was going to change the clock timer am I on the right track?

George S for Model Number Frigidaire PLEB30S8CCB

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