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Since Dec. 2003 we have had 3 relay boards replaced, We are wondering if this part has always been defective since our purchase . As of today we have spent $1340.40 for parts and labour. Is there any way we can recoupe our last cost of for the board $293.48 the previous board was installed l6 months...we have in touch with WHIRPOOL without any satisfaction

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Yes check your warrenty i think that bd is under a five year warrenty so the installer if he is an authourized service tech for jen air or whirlpool should not have charged you for the part and any new part you bought should have came with a full year warrenty call cust relations not cust service at whirlpool as they are not the same branch

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