What level of expertise is needed to replace a control board on the dryer cited under appliance number? Can average homeowner do this job or best left to professional? Thanks
Answer Hey Marty. Replacing the control panel is not to bad of a job. You need to disconnect the power and remove the top panel to access the screws for the control panel. Next remove the screws securing the control panel to the unit. Once they are removed, you need to remove the control panel and remove the board from the panel. Install the new control board  in reverse order.
Had the ground to break coming in from AEP to the house. After that, dryer has light on inside but nothing on display. Could it have blown the mother board?
Answer Hello Tim,
It is most likely that the main board 134523200 on this unit got wiped in that instance. The board is sensitive to voltage spikes and losses of ground and neutral.