Question about KitchenAid KESC307HBS Electric Kitchen Range
You have not said what problems you are having but want to know if you have wired up the unit correctly. Is that correct?
You are only saying that the configuration is wrong but not that the unit does not work....if the unit works...be happy.
For examp you say the the # 9 key turns on the oven light....are you saying it should be another key?
You may have to restate your problem. Make sure the new board is the one that substitute for your old one. If it is not, they will usually provide you with the package insert to explain the changes or differences.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
Testimonial: "I have figured out the problem. There is a parts defect with the "Control Panel" P/N 9782419CB that must also be installed with the new 9782455 "Main Control Board" for this model of range. If you look at the back of the new "Control Panel" you will see 5 rows of 3 contacts and the glass overlay only has 4 rows of 3 sets of keys. There is an extra row and that is why nothing lines up. I was able to shine a light through the rear of the panel directly over the contact and placed a stick on number or function that corresponds with that contact on the glass overlay. Doesn't look real great, but will work for now until I get this problem resolved. Whoever is manufacturing this part for Whirlpool has not upgraded the glass overlay to match the heat sensitive contacts on the rear of the panel."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the control board of the timer is faulty. Do you need the electronic timer/clock. If you don't it is normally easy to by-pass the timer altogether. Find the main active wire coming into the timer. Then identify the load wiring which runs from the timer to the oven thermostat control. These two wires simply need to be connected and the timer is bypassed and the oven will work.
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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