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The temperature control button that also controls the hi/lo for broil, setting the clock, etc. on my Maytag Cwe900 broke off. Can we replace this ourselves or do we need to contact a service tech?

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Hello there:
Yes these parts can be replaced by the customer but if this has a warranty that is covering the oven i would go ahead and use it cause there is always a possibility that the part may not be put in exactly the right way or correctly and this could cause further problems and like i was saying earlier about the warranty a lot of times there are updated parts that can be installed at no charge to the customer so all you have to do is to call the place of business that you purchased the appliance from and give them the make and model number of the appliance and describe to them what the problem is and ask about the warranty ok
Hope this is very helpful for you best regards Michael

Posted on Apr 27, 2010

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