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The power board in my kitchenaid oven is broken. where can i get a new one?

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We can rebuild your power board for you.

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Kitchenaid range not working. 36" dual fuel. Had repairman out he tried replacing boards and knobs. still no power going to controls for oven. stove top working fine. 240v service has been checkd

Hello Joe Corney,

Not giving a MODEL NUMBER makes this mostly conjecture...

My personal experience with KITCHENAID does not
inspire great confidence... (still REALLY angry)

If it's NEW just ship the WHOLE THING BACK

Else... Get on YELP... and start going thru "technicians" until you find one worth the trip...

If the control boards have already been changed ...
AND THE POWER HAS BEEN VERIFIED... repeat that process...
Nothing about electric ovens is MAGIC...!!

Pretty much replacing those boards eliminates
the lock & Sabbath modes...!!

If this is the UNIT I'm thinking... (High end = $$$$$)... but
in no way IMPLIES QUALITY in design or assembly
(my experience is quite the contrary).

help out IMMEDIATELY...
(patience/understanding will only make you the VICTIM).

KITCHENAID moves on quickly and has no problem leaving
customers like YOURSELF without service parts or reasonable alternatives...

Support Chat... 1 (800) 541-6390

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2. Replace the user interface board (UIB).
3. Replace the door control assembly.
4. Replace all parts and panels before operating.
5. Plug in microwave oven or reconnect power.

Many of the error codes may be solved by power cycling: unplug microwave oven or
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i found this info on a tech sheet hope this helps, let me know how it goes... some of those electronics had 5 year parts warranty i would check that out....Also u might be better of buying a new one if its out of warranrty as some of those boards are expensive, obvioulsy unplug unit first try to reset it self.

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