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Problems with my Admiral oven

Hello there, I've got an Admiral stove and the timer/clock (part number: GE 3AST 23) on it has recently died. The stove still works but the oven wont (I'm sure this is the problem, as sometimes the internal connection of the clock works, and then the oven works aswell....

My question is; Is there a way to bypass the clock timer, I've tried a few times but the timer/clock is also attached to the stove-top electrical outlet, and I keep blowing fuses (the 15amp one)...

Any suggestions?

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in repairing Kenmores there is a relay well 2 small black an square in the head unit of stove one for stove the other is for oven anyway they go out alot a setback to the kenmore digital controls take upper panel off where controls are look at the green board an you can see them some green some red or blue to tell if one is bad be careful an turn the stove on u will hear the relay click then try oven if you do not hear a click its bad do not i repeat do not touch it while its on

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