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Kenmore 790.91032404 I need a EOC

I have a Kenmore 790.91032404 serial number on the stone is VF61630969 The stone has a Electronic Oven Control that has the timer, clock and the over settings. I need one of those EOC'S I was also wondering what the part number is for the EOC. I would like to pay as cheap as I can if you know what I mean. Thanks

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Go to searspartsdirect.com and type in your model number as you have listed. Look under the "Backguard" heading for item number 20 (part #316455420). Keep in mind, the EOC does not come with the overlay. That's the plastic cover that goes on the EOC that has all your controls printed on it. If your current overlay is still in good condition, it can be reused by carefully peeling it off the old EOC and reapplying it to the new one. If, however, you wish to replace it, look for item number 20A (part #316220711). I hope you find this information helpful. Let me know if you require additional assistance.

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

  • Paul Butala
    Paul Butala Nov 27, 2010

    is this part difficult to access and install? Any idea how many wires are involved ?

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