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The Knob for the oven temperature broke off KITCHEN AID DUAL FUEL

The Knob for the oven temperatur broke off The plastic stem piece is very thin and broke It is the right knob centre of right controlling the oven temperature It has no markings on the black know model # KDRP467KSSO Serial XP0408190 would I be able to disconncet and reconnect all the wires and the board behind the knob myself? Do I require an appliance repair man? Thnaks Danny

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First thing that should be checked is proper voltage.  Low voltage can cause this problem.  Have that checked by a professional first then let me know what you find.

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We've seen similar problems due to an intermittent failure in the control board. If you can have it removed we can likely repair it for you.

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