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The oven relay sticks.

Any source for just the relay instead of the whole panel?

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My solution has been to smack the top of the console when I find it isn't shutting off. Not a reliable solution by any stretch. What I'm looking for is a replacement relay to avoid the cost of the whole panel ($200+). I'm a victim of the "Assembly Parts Plan." It doesn't appear that the relay has any number on it, unless it's on the side that assembles to the circuit board. For $200+ I can buy another range, which seems a bit less environmentally friendly than fixing this one!

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