Question about Whirlpool Ovens
Hello Dan. You most likely need a new EOC (oven control) / clock. These are often expensive but fairly easy to change. If you do decide to try to replace it BE SURE that it is unplugged or the breaker is off. Usually if you pull the range out from the wall (be careful of scratching your floors, put cardboard under the front legs) you can access the EOC from the back of the control panel. There should be a cover over the back of the control with a lot of screws, remove as many as you need to have access to the EOC. It should be evident how to remove the EOC once you see it, often just 4 screws. Have the new one on hand and just be careful when removing wires and make a little diagram if you need to help you remember where they go on the new unit. One thing to consider once you get the cost of the EOC/Clock take a look at the cost of a new range. Sometimes these parts are half the cost of a new range. Hope this helps, best regards.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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