KitchenAid Electric Range Model Ker807PSS01,Removing Control Panel
I need to replace the membrain switch inside the control panel.I have removed 7 screws on the underside of the panel and don't see anything else to remove,but still can't get the control panel off.KitchenAid website was no help and i can't tell anything from the pictures of the parts breakdown. Could someone please help me?
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Order part #W10017820 (do this first before you open up the range). While you are waiting for the part to arrivedown load the parts list from kitchenaid.com. When you have the part, Shut offpower to the range. Then remove part 9762612Vent, Center (pull the oven door toward you, you will see four screws). Before you proceed, place a stool with booksor a **** of paper or what ever it takes to equal the height of the bottom ofthe control panel. Then remove part 4457249Face, Control Panel (two screws, right and left, under panel). DO NOT DROP PANEL. The panel is connected via wires so please be careful. Set the panel on the raised surface that youcreated. Replace part W10017820. Replace control panel. Replacecenter vent. Restore power to unit. RP appears in display. Set clock. You're good to go.
although you cannot see damage / the when the buttons do not respond. its possible that membrain is damaged or the eoc ( clock ) is not able to receive signals from the touch pad .. the clock will have to be replaced . list price for clock is 171.00 and includes membrain ( touchpad) .. hope this will help mm
If you are replacing the infinite switch, you need to remove the back panel of the console. This may include having to remove all, or part, of the entire back panel to gain full access. If you are replacing the thermostat on the heating element, or the element all together, you will need to lift the cook top up for access. This is acommpished by removing the screws along the front edge of the top panel. You will need to open the oven door to see the screws. Make sure you unplug the range prior to servicing any internal components. I hope this answers your question. If not, please let me know.
Hello , your problem is the switch membrain , it sends signals to your control board.
you may be able to clean the ribon cable on the control board end but it may just need a new membrain.
The switch membrain is the part all the buttons are located on and they go out often on jenn-air ranges.
let me know if you have any further questions.
Replace the control panel thermal fuse (Microtemp G4A01093C). Its in the wiring harness between the control transformer and the control panel on a blue wire. It looks like a resistor inside a clear plastic tube and is mounted on a metal bracket with plastic clips. It has a spade connection on each end. It can be accessed by removing metal access panels from the back of the range and it is in the area below the gas burner deck.
Remove the doors by turning toward you a little toggle apparatus located on each hinge. Locate a small screw on the lower inside edge of the left and right hand trim and then slide off the trim. Remove the lower trim then raise the upper trip and put the left end of the panel inside the top opening. This allows you access to the control panel. Test both the keypad part #8300440 and the control panel part #830219 to see which one needs to be replaced. Order the replacement part, plug it in, reverse the precess above and it should work like new..
Replacing the Ceramic top is not difficult. Just remember to be careful. There should be 2-to-5 screws holding the top to the front support. Removing these screws will allow the top to be tilted up and back. Depending on the style you may have to remove the burner plates from the top. Remember to disconnect the power before attempting any repair