How to install glass cook top (part #8190780
Answer Hello Robert. 1. Unplug range or disconnect power.
2. Pull the range out of its mounting location
so that you can access the side trim.
3. Remove the control panel from its
and set it on the subchassis.
4. Remove the two screws from the left and
right side trim. Do not remove the trim at
this time. 5. Raise the cooktop and prop it up. 6. Loosen the left and right tension bracket
screws and remove the brackets from
behind the side trim.
7. Remove the wire clip from the left side
trim. 8. Pull the left and right side trim off the
cooktop. To remove the trim, lift it away
from the cooktop glass, and pull the back
off the rear trim. 9. Lower the cooktop. 10. Lift the front of the cooktop glass, pull it
forward from under the rear trim, and
remove the glass from the cooktop.
IMPORTANT: When you reinstall the
cooktop glass, keep the side edges of the
glass inside the four alignment tabs (two
on each side). If the glass is over the tabs,
it could break when you lower it. 11. To remove the vent grate from the left rear
corner of the cooktop:
a) Remove the two indicated rear trim
screws and pull the trim away just to
clear the edge of the grate. b) Lift the tabs out of their slots in the
chassis and remove the grate.
The oven (model# KESC307HWW8) in my KitchenAid electric range is completely dysfunctional. No display, no oven light, no bake, no broil, no clock/timer and the oven controls do not respond to any touch. I pulled the part# for the Control Board (AP3176181/9782455) and ordered and installed it, but that turned out NOT to be the problem (same result). What else could be wrong? I made sure it wasn't in CONTROL LOCK and also checked the inline 20A fuse for continuity, and it is OK. I suspect the Glass Console (AP3174906 that houses the face and buttons of the Control Board) to be the next culprit, but want an expert's opinion.
Thanks in advance for your expertise, Arnold
With there not being a display and nothing working at all on the oven with no light, bake broil, and no response from the touch panel, it sounds like you replaced the wrong board. The display board is the board that you replaced but the power board 9782437 would be the part that you would most likely need to replace.