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Control panel on oven will not light up (clock)

We had an electrical problem...the nuetral wire for the 220V dropped and my wife kept useing the oven. The clock would light up if she turned on the oven light..

I fixed the Wire problem but now the clock readout does not light up. There is 110V going to the clock board assembly.

Do I need to just order another whole Assy.

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Ralph King

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you do not need to take apart any switches, all you need - unplug it from power, open front panel (2 screw on each side) remove all knobs, there is 3 more screws behind them). unscrew thermostat 2 screws behind knob. open top part of stove, remove grates and cover. you will see wires to thermostat unplug them and plug one by one to new thermostat. remove old thermostat from inside the oven (it has bracket inside). put the new one. close everything back.
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