you can purchase the part. as far as replacing it, i wouldn't recommend it if you have never done it before. some boards require to have some electrical experience and need to be replaced a certain way. have a technician do it.
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sounds like a defective oven control board. Sometimes you can cut the power off for a little bit and reapply power and it will work, however, if you have to keep cutting power off and on to make it work, you will have to replace the Electronic Oven Control.
It sounds like the control board has a stuck or welded relay. It is fairly expensive to replace the control board but not too difficult. Just make sure you touch the chassis (metal) of the stove before touching the new control board and of course have the power shut off or unplugged before attempting any repairs. You will need your make and model number along with your serial number in order to order the part.
1. Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds. 2. Re-apply power and observe for at least one minute. 3. If code re-appears, replace control board (also called ERC or clock). If you bought this control board used I am afraid it is bad. That error is only for a bad control board. Here is a new board you may purchase. It is a little expensive but the supplier has a 365 day, any reason, any part return policy and you can be certain that you have a quality part.
HI. This will, generally, require you to replace the entire main control board. Follow the steps below to confirm the damage.
1. Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds.
2. Re-apply power and observe for at least one minute.
3. If code re-appears, replace control board (also called ERC or clock).
NOTE_ This repair is not a easy task. It will require you to totally disassemble the entire control panel. If you are not comfortable with this type of repair, i suggest to contact your nearest service tech.
Hi. due to the fact that the control is one whole piece, this will require you to replace the entire main control board. The cancel key is integrated into the control board. There is an overlay that protects the circuit, but it is a separate part, and is not connected to the main board. This repair will require you to disassemble the entire control panel. The board is located just behind the control panel piece.
The control board is labeld number three on the diagram, and the control panel is labeled number 1. There are four screws on the back side of the rear cover. Once these screws are released, you can access the board, from the rear of the control panel. The part number for your replacemnt board will be W10166967
NOTE_ If you are not comfortable with totally disassembling your control panel, and replacing this main control board, i would suggest to call for service. this job is not easy.