Cross-Compatibility Reference for Common Oven Control Board Part Numbers

Manufacturers and appliance parts dealers have multiple part numbers for each electronic control board in your home range/ovens.  If you’re looking to get one of these parts or have it repaired by this PCB repair company, it will be helpful to know all of the different part numbers applicable to your unit.  Fortunately for you, we are providing this handy reference chart for the most common oven control boards coming through our lab…see below.

 

Electronic Control Board Rebuilds

Electronic Control Board Rebuilds

 

Oven Control Board Part Numbers Compatibility Reference Table

PART NUMBERAlternative Part Numbers
8302319W10406070, 8301917, 8302152, 8302319R, 2025673, AH3497633, AP5272198,EA3497633, PS3497633
2307028W10219463, AP4411082, 2252111, 2223443, 2303934, 2307005, W10185291, 1548001, AH2360723, EA2360723, PS2360723
44528908302967, AP3767567, 4451991, 4451856, 4452898, 4453664, 4453664, 1057546, AH973354, EA973354, PS973354
WB27K5048AP2025104, 346514, WB27K5119, WB27K5119
44519918302967, AP3767567, 4451856, 4452890, 4452898, 4453664, 4453664, 1057546, AH973354, EA973354, PS973354
44536648302967, AP3767567, 4451991, 4451856, 4452890, 4452898, 1057546, AH973354, EA973354, PS973354
W10219463AP4411082, 2307028, 2252111, 2223443, 2303934, 2307005, W10185291, 1548001, AH2360723, EA2360723, PS2360723
WB27K5040AP2025100
WB27K5047AP2025103
WB27K5073AP2025121
WB27K5107WB27K5140, AP2025145, WB27K5162, WB27K5107, WB27K5140, WB27K5162
44528988302967, AP3767567, 4451991, 4451856, 4452890, 4453664, 4453664, 1057546, AH973354, EA973354, PS973354
WB27K5190AP2025165
8303883W10340941, AP4909214, W10244191, 8303817, 8303883R, 1877910, AH3489770, EA3489770, PS3489770
14-33-347486752, AP2836528, 35-00-571, 487604, 35-00-751
WB27K5195AP2025167, WB27K5170, WB27K5195
W10121049W10219462, AP4429562, 2304135, 1548000, AH2360722, EA2360722, PS2360722
486752AP2836528, 14-33-347, 35-00-571, 487604, 35-00-751
8302967AP3767567, 4451991, 4451856, 4452890, 4452898, 4453664, 4453664, 1057546, AH973354, EA973354, PS973354
2252159AP3772918, 2221501, 2221522, 2215946, 2254739, 2254739, 2252071, 8201521, 2252097, 2252095
WB27X5482AP2026716
492069AP3383664, 14-38-903, 16-10-660, 35-00-760, 431463, 486329, 486792, 00491433, 491433
WB27K5046AP2025102, WB27K5116, WB27K5116
Y0315570AP3970755, 0315570
WB27K5140AP2025145, WB27K5107, WB27K5162, WB27K5107, WB27K5162
4452242AP3030378, 4452242R
WB27K5123AP2025136
4448876AP2929179, 4448876R
318010700AP2127072, 499452, AH440925, EA440925, PS440925
31944801AP4041311, 0315569, Y0315569, Y0315569, W10171687
7601P214-60AP382957, 7601P214-60R, W10125294,, AP4103856, 879478
7601P432-60AP4009450, 12001620, 74002006, 74002007, 74002966, 74002967, 74002968, 400597, 74002006, 74002967, 74002007, 74002966, 74002968
44519864453661, AP3175498, 4453165, 4453135, 4452904, 4453379, 939594, AH731496, EA731496, PS731496
WB27K5172AP2025155
WB12K005WB27T10083, AP2632694, WB12K10, WB12K12, WB12K5, WB12K0010, WB12K0012
WB19X266AP2022869, 342146
7601P233-60AP4102875, 4381514, 709272, AH2090625, EA2090625, PS2090625
WB27K5210AP2025174, WB27K5120, WB27K5121, WB27K5121
8301917W10406070, AP5272198, 8302319, 8302152, 8302319R, 2025673, AH3497633, EA3497633, PS3497633
Y04100264AP4283511, 04100264, 704729, 04100264R, 7-4729, Y704729, 1242523, AH1754947, EA1754947, PS1754947, Y04100264R, Y704729
7601P510-60AP4283511, 04100264, 704729, 04100264R, 7-4729, Y704729, 1242523, AH1754947, EA1754947, PS1754947, Y04100264R, Y704729
44528928186024, AP3177932, 4453193, 4452900, 961211, AH734569, EA734569, PS734569
44529008186024, AP3177932, 4453193, 4452892, 961211, AH734569, EA734569, PS734569
3169256-A3169258, AP3095479, 3182391
2307028HW10219463, AP4411082, 2252111, 2223443, 2303934, 2307005, W10185291, 1548001, AH2360723, EA2360723, PS2360723
WB27K5213AP2025177
62692AP3390975, 701002, 755676, 82983, 82759, 82382
3169257-A3169259, AP3095480, 3182392

F1 Error Code in Whirlpool RB160, RB260, RB270, RB770, RF396, RM765, RM770, RS675, RS696 Series Ovens and Thermador RDDS30, RDF30, RDFS30, RDSS30, RED30, REF30, RES30, RSS30 Series Ovens

This article refers to a specific problem we’ve been encountering with two different types of oven control boards – the relevant model and part numbers can be found at the end of the article.

These control boards can throw F1 error codes in response to a variety of failures.  Often, these error codes are the result of bad power supply or logic control circuits that can be repaired at FixYourBoard.com.  However, we have been finding that even after a control board is rebuilt and passes a full function test, it still throws F1 when reinstalled in the original oven.  How can this be?

Electronic Control Board Rebuilds

Electronic Control Board Rebuilds

It turns out that these control boards connect to the platinum temperature sensing rods through wire nuts.  The connection in the wire nut is going high resistance, which causes the control board to think the oven cavity is over temperature…resulting in an F1 overheat error code.  This connection seems especially susceptible to temperature change as well, so this problem is especially apparent as you start heating the oven.

So, if you’ve had your board rebuilt by FixYourBoard.com or recently got the board replaced, and you’ve replaced the temperature sensor, but you’re still getting an F1, inspect these wire nuts!  The easiest way to find the wire nuts will be to follow the wiring with your hand (make sure the breaker is off) from the temperature sensor (or from the board if you know which wires go to the sensor).

You will likely find that the wiring inside the nut has rusted/corroded.  We recommend you cut off the already exposed portions of the wire and strip some insulation off, allowing “fresh” wire to be reconnected in a new wire nut.

Remember to have all your control board needs handled at FixYourBoard.com!

 

Part Numbers: 14-33-347, 3169256, 3169257, 3169258, 3169259, 486752

Model Numbers: RB160PXB02, RB160PXBB2, RB160PXYB6, RB170PXB02, RB170PXBB, RB170PXBQ2, RB260PBYQ, RB260PXB1, RB260PXBB1, RB260PXBB2, RB260PXBQ, RB260PXBQ1, RB260PXBQ2, RB260PXYB, RB260PXYB0, RB260PXYB1, RB260PXYQ, RB260PXYQ0, RB270PXBB0, RB270PXBB1, RB270PXBO1, RB270PXBQ2, RB270PXY, RB270PXYB, RB270PXYB RB270PXYB-0, RB270PXYB1, RB270PXYQ, RB270PXYQ0, RB270RXBB1, RB760POXYB2, RB760PXB, RB760PXB01, RB760PXBB0, RB760PXBB2, RB760PXBQ, RB760PXYQ, RB770PXBB1, RB770PXBQ1, RB770PXBQ2, RB770PXYB, RB770PXYB5, RDDS30, RDDS30QVB, RDDS30RS, RDDS30RVS, RDDS30V, RDDS30VPS, RDDS30VQ, RDDS30VQB, RDDS30VQS, RDDS30VQW, RDDS30VRS, RDDS30VRS/01, RDDS30VRS/02FD, RDDS30VRS/03SD, RDDS30VRS03, RDDS30VRSFD, RDDS30ZQB, RDF30, RDF30Q, RDF30QB, RDF30QS, RDF30QW, RDF30QW RDF30RS, RDF30RS, RDFS30, RDFS30QS, RDFS30QW, RDFS30RS, RDS30V, RDS530RS, RDSF30RS, RDSS30, RDSS304S, RDSS30Q, RDSS30QB, RDSS30QW, RDSS30QW RDSS30RS, RDSS30RS, RDSS30RS-02, RED30RS01, RED30V, RED30VQB RED30VQBK, RED30VQW, RED30VRS, REF30, REF30QS, REF30RS, RES30QW, RES30RS, RF396PXYN, RF768PXYQ, RFB260PXBQ2, RH770PXBQ2, RM765PXAB0, RM765PXBB2, RM770PXBB1, RM770PXBB2, RM770PXBQ2, RS6755XYN1, RS6755XYW0, RS675PXBQ1, RS675PXBQ2, RS675PXYQ0, RS677PXYQ, RS696B02, RS696PXBB2, RS696PXYB, RS696PXYB0, RS696PXYB2, RS696TXYQ02, RS69PXBB3, RSS30RS, RX260PXYQ01, W305B, WPLRM770PXAB0

WB27K5040 Conversion Kit – JTP10 JTP11 JTP13 JTP14 JTP15 Series GE Built-In Double Ovens

A vast majority of the time, no longer available  electronic controllers can be rebuilt to function like new.    In some cases, these obsolete controllers have so much damage that a rebuild is not feasible.   Don’t worry, there is still another option to avoid a costly appliance purchase.  WWW.FixYourBoard.com can modify your front panel to accommodate a new controller!  This blog illustrates the minor wiring modifications that are needed for some common GE controllers.

Parts:  WB27K5040, WB27K5190, WB27K5195, WB27K5123, WB27X5584, WB27K5054, WB27X5572, WB12K005, WB12K006, WB27K5073, WB27X5482

Models: JBP48AY1, JBP48WY1, JBP79AV1, JBP79AV2, JBP79AW1, JBP79AY1, JBP79GV1, JBP79GV2, JBP79GW1, JBP79WS2, JDP36GP3AD, JDP36GP3WH, JDP37GP3BG, JDP39WR1, JDP39WR3WH, JKP13GP1, JKP13GP2BG, JKP13GP3BG, JKP13GP4BG, JKP13GT1BB, JKP13GV1BB, JKP14WP1, JKP14WP2WG, JKP14WP3WG, JKP14WT1WW, JKP14WV1WW, JKP15AV1AA, JKP26GP1, JKP26GP2BG, JKP26GP3BG, JKP26GP4BG, JKP26GV1BB, JKP27WP1, JKP27WP2WG, JKP27WP3WG, JKP27WV1WW, JMP28GR1AD, JMP28GR1WH, JMP29GR1BK, JMP31WR1WH, JMP32AR1AG, JSP69BVBB, JSP69WVWW, JSS26GP2BG, JTP10GP, JTP10GS1BG, JTP10GS2BG, JTP10GS3BG, JTP10GS4BG, JTP11WP, JTP11WS1WG, JTP11WS2WG, JTP11WS3WG, JTP11WS4WG, JTP13GT1BB, JTP13GV1BB, JTP13GV2BB, JTP14WT1WW, JTP14WV1WW, JTP14WV2WW, JTP15BW1BB, JTP15WW1WW, JTP15WW2WW and more

WB27K5040 Conversion Kit – JTP10 JTP11 JTP13 JTP14 JTP15 Series GE Built-In Double Ovens

WB27K5040 Conversion Kit – JTP10 JTP11 JTP13 JTP14 JTP15 Series GE Built-In Double Ovens

Thats it, follow the illustration above and you will be cooking in no time!  Remember www.fixyourboard.com for a all your electronic control board problems.

Newly Obsoleted Whirlpool Control Boards – FixYourBoard can still repair them!

This is an appliance PSA from your friends at FixYourBoard.com:

The recent disasters in Japan have severely interrupted the Whirlpool Corporation’s manufacture and warranty service of the following parts:

W10023340, 9781981, W10110646, W10163334, 3187099, 8184747, 3169258, 3169259, 3181703, W10121375, W10031410, W10048200, 2252161, 8182651, 3181705, 4389211, 4389570, 77001200, 2252159, 31944801, 12001613, W10110658, 33001129, W10206049, 3407099, 25001217, 3977289D, 9752277CT, 77001219, 9752277CW, 9781980, 12001613, 12566102, 12920710, 71002331, 74009315, 8523666, 8571916, 71003401, 74009317, 8523876, 8574969,W10084141, W10114385, W10084142, W10116541, 22003906, 74006363, 8523879, 8576472, W10108090, 22004317, 74006612, 8524212, 9754378, W10108100, 2304093, 4452444, 74006613, 8524213, 9759149, W10108110, 2304103, 4456048, 74006614, 8524250, 9760013, W10108140, 2313172, 5701M748-60, 74007213, 8524252, 9761593, W10108180, 6610152 , 6610157, 6610180, 6610189, 2321710, 6610279, 74007226, 8524346, 9762810, W10108190, W10132445, 25001218, 6610321, 74007234, 8524347, 9762811, W10108220, W10135901, 3149459, 6610322, 74008312, 8531292, 9762812, W10108230, W10138139, 31771301, 6610333, 74008313, 8541034, 9782087CW, W10108280, W10174745, 31864501, 6610444, 74008878, 8544799, 9782435, W10114364, W10189971, 31898501, 6610445, 74008952, 74009318, 8564291, 9782437, W10114365, 3191106, 6610449, 74008960, 74009319, 8564372, 9782438, W10114369, 3191107, 6610450, 74008988, 74009320, 8564376, 9782455, W10114370, 319166, 6610456, 74008998, 74009559 8564391, 99002823, W10114371, 31949201, 6610483, 74009002, 74009714, 8564393, 99002824, W10114380, 3196970, 71001799, 74009003, 7428P009-60, 8564396, 99002825, W10114381, 3196971, 71001872, 74009154, 8564400, 99002827, W10114383, 3398084, 71002215, 74009166, 7601P154-60, 8571359, W10051096, W10114384, 7601P155-60, 7601P156-60, 7601P158-60, 7601P233-60, 77001239, 8051136, 8300795, 8302210, 8302994, 8303491, 8523665, W10116542, W10116564, W10116718, W10131867, W10131868, W10236275, W10249219, W10272495, W10299400, W10353224, Y0309305, Y0315030, 2252115, W10116566, 4456033, 2304050, W10340941, 8302967, W10116565, W10352983, W10406070.

This could be a serious problem if you suspect you have a failed controller or are experiencing any error codes (e.g. ‘E6F2’ ; ‘E1F2’ ; ‘F1’ ; ‘F3’ ; ‘F5’ ; ‘F7’).  But fear not, because here at FixYourBoard.com, we have the know-how and equipment to repair these parts and get your kitchen going again!   Visit our website for instructions on how to send in your board, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Cheers!

-Young Padawan

Whirlpool Gold Oven, GBD and RBD series Electronic Control Board (ECB) Wiring Connector Removal

So you need to send your Whirlpool ECB (specific model and part numbers listed at bottom of this post) to FixYourBoard.com for a quality repair, but you can’t get the blasted thing out the oven because it’s held in by a bunch of wiring connectors.  You don’t want to further damage the board in the removal process, and we don’t want you to either.  Here’s a straight-forward, visually enhanced guide to help take the stress out of your kitchen.

Make sure you have a flat-head screwdriver handy – it makes everything a lot easier.

Click here for instructions on how to access your control module if you need help.

Once you’ve exposed the control module, the first step is to safely detach the ribbon cable.  This is the most fragile part in the whole unit, and if damaged, you’ll have to replace your keypad, which can be costly.  It is essential that you do not crease the ribbon cable – this will break the wires.  Regardless of your model oven, the ribbon cable attaches to the board at the black connector labelled P22.  It is held firmly in place through a slide-in locking mechanism.  To release this mechanism, simultaneously press in the two clips on each end of the connector and then pull up (away from the board).   It might be a little sticky, but shouldn’t require much force.  Now, gently pull the ribbon cable out of the connector, and then out the the housing through the large rectangular gap (if it was coming through the gap).  Again, it is important that some curvature is retained in the ribbon cable – do not fold it too much when pulling it out.

P22 – Ribbon Connector

The second step is to get the actual board out of the black plastic housing module (wires still attached).  Unscrew the housing from the panel first – this will give you some more room to manoeuvre.  Next, let’s slide out the small daughter card on the exterior side.  It’s only held in by one clip on the top edge.  Pull that back so you can slide the card up and out of the housing (wires still attached).

Daughter Card

Now, looking down into the housing, you can see that the board is held in by 6 clips, 3 running the length of each side.  We only need to unclip one side to pull the board out.  I find it easier to focus on the side opposite the P22 ribbon connector.  Notice the semicircular gaps in the housing near the clips.  Let’s start at the corner in between the white connectors P24 and P16.  With one hand, position your flat-head pointing down onto the top of the board, inside the housing, and push the lip of the clip out.  Simultaneously, with your other hand, place your thumb on the bottom side of board where the semicircular gap is and push the board up past the lip.  Repeat this procedure for the middle clip on this side, and then the third clip on the end opposite where we started.  Note that there are no gaps immediately near the middle clip, but you can still use the first gap just as effectively.  Your flat-head will be especially useful for the third clip if your board has the two DLB relays with the sockets on top (as pictured below).

Unclip this side of the board

Start with this clip

Second clip

Third Clip

Once this half of the board has been unclipped, you can free the board from the housing with a little bit of wiggling, sliding the other half out from underneath the clip lips.  With the board free from the housing, removing the wires form the connectors is easy.

If your board has the socketed DLB relays, the attached wires can simply be pulled free.

DLB relay with wires attached

The heating elements’ wiring attaches to the board through the large black female connectors.  These can be pried free with your flat-head inserted between the board  and the connector.  The white connectors can also be pried apart, inserting your flat-head between the male connector mounted on the board, and the female connector attached to the wiring.

Black Connectors to Heating Elements

Separating the white connectors

Now your control board should be completely free from any attachments.  Package it with care (no need to send the daughter card or housing), send it to FixYourBoard.com, and you’ll get it back working just like new in a few days.

I hope you found this guide helpful!

-Young Padawan

Here are most part numbers to which this guide applies:

8303883, 8303817, 8302967, 8302319, 8301345, 8301908, 8301917, 4451856, 4451991, 4452890, 4452898, 4453664, 4451992, 4452891, 8302966

Here are most model numbers to which this guide applies:

GBD277PDB2 , GBD277PDB3 , GBD277PDB4 , GBD277PDB5 , GBD277PDB6 , GBD277PDB7 , GBD277PDB8 , GBD277PDB09 , GBD277PDB10 , GBD277PDQ2 , GBD277PDQ3 , GBD277PDQ4 , GBD277PDQ5 , GBD277PDQ6 , GBD277PDQ7 , GBD277PDQ8 , GBD277PDQ09 , GBD277PDQ10 , GBD277PDS2 , GBD277PDS3 , GBD277PDS4 , GBD277PDS5 , GBD277PDS6 , GBD277PDS7 , GBD277PDS8 , GBD277PDS09 , GBD277PDS10 , GBD277PDT7 , GBD277PDT8 , GBD277PDT09 , GBD277PDT10 , GBD277PRB00 , GBD277PRB01 , GBD277PRB03 , GBD277PRQ00 , GBD277PRQ01 , GBD277PRQ03 , GBD277PRS00 , GBD277PRS01 , GBD277PRS02 , GBD277PRS03 , GBD277PRT00 , GBD307PDB2 , GBD307PDB3 , GBD307PDB4 , GBD307PDB5 , GBD307PDB6 , GBD307PDB7 , GBD307PDB09 , GBD307PDB10 , GBD307PDQ2 , GBD307PDQ3 , GBD307PDQ4 , GBD307PDQ5 , GBD307PDQ6 , GBD307PDQ7 , GBD307PDQ09 , GBD307PDQ10 , GBD307PDS2 , GBD307PDS3 , GBD307PDS4 , GBD307PDS5 , GBD307PDS6 , GBD307PDS7 , GBD307PDS09 , GBD307PDS10 , GBD307PDT3 , GBD307PDT4 , GBD307PDT5 , GBD307PDT6 , GBD307PDT7 , GBD307PDT09 , GBD307PDT10 , GBD307PRB00 , GBD307PRB01 , GBD307PRB03 , GBD307PRQ00 , GBD307PRQ01 , GBD307PRS00 , GBD307PRS01 , GBD307PRS02 , GBD307PRT00 , GBD307PRY01 , KBRP36MHT00 , KBRP36MHW00 , LTG6234DT5 , RBD245PDB7 , RBD245PDB8 , RBD245PDB9 , RBD245PDB10 , RBD245PDB11 , RBD245PDB12 , RBD245PDB14 , RBD245PDB15 , RBD245PDQ7 , RBD245PDQ8 , RBD245PDQ9 , RBD245PDQ10 , RBD245PDQ11 , RBD245PDQ12 , RBD245PDQ14 , RBD245PDQ15 , RBD245PDS12 , RBD245PDS14 , RBD245PDS15 , RBD245PDT8 , RBD245PDT9 , RBD245PDT10 , RBD245PDT11 , RBD245PDT12 , RBD245PDT14 , RBD245PDT15 , RBD245PRB00 , RBD245PRQ00 , RBD245PRS00 , RBD245PRS01 , RBD245PRT00 , RBD275PDB7 , RBD275PDB8 , RBD275PDB9 , RBD275PDB10 , RBD275PDB11 , RBD275PDB12 , RBD275PDB13 , RBD275PDB14 , RBD275PDB15 , RBD275PDQ7 , RBD275PDQ8 , RBD275PDQ9 , RBD275PDQ10 , RBD275PDQ11 , RBD275PDQ12 , RBD275PDQ13 , RBD275PDQ14 , RBD275PDQ15 , RBD275PDS12 , RBD275PDS14 , RBD275PDS15 , RBD275PDT8 , RBD275PDT9 , RBD275PDT10 , RBD275PDT11 , RBD275PDT12 , RBD275PDT13 , RBD275PDT14 , RBD275PDT15 , RBD275PRB00 , RBD275PRQ00 , RBD275PRS00 , RBD275PRS01 , RBD275PRT00 , RBD276PDB7 , RBD276PDB8 , RBD276PDB9 , RBD276PDB10 , RBD276PDB11 , RBD276PDB12 , RBD276PDQ7 , RBD276PDQ8 , RBD276PDQ9 , RBD276PDQ10 , RBD276PDQ11 , RBD276PDQ12 , RBD305PDB7 , RBD305PDB8 , RBD305PDB9 , RBD305PDB10 , RBD305PDB11 , RBD305PDB12 , RBD305PDB13 , RBD305PDB14 , RBD305PDB15 , RBD305PDQ7 , RBD305PDQ8 , RBD305PDQ9 , RBD305PDQ10 , RBD305PDQ11 , RBD305PDQ12 , RBD305PDQ13 , RBD305PDQ14 , RBD305PDQ15 , RBD305PDS12 , RBD305PDS14 , RBD305PDS15 , RBD305PDT11 , RBD305PDT12 , RBD305PDT13 , RBD305PDT14 , RBD305PDT15 , RBD305PRB00 , RBD305PRQ00 , RBD305PRS00 , RBD305PRT00 , RBD306PDB7 , RBD306PDB8 , RBD306PDB9 , RBD306PDB10 , RBD306PDB11 , RBD306PDB12 , RBD306PDB13 , RBD306PDB14 , RBD306PDB15 , RBD306PDQ7 , RBD306PDQ8 , RBD306PDQ9 , RBD306PDQ10 , RBD306PDQ11 , RBD306PDQ12 , RBD306PDQ13 , RBD306PDQ14 , RBD306PDQ15 , RBD306PDT11 , RBD306PDT12 , RBD306PDT13 , RBD306PDT14 , RBD306PDT15 , RBD306PDZ7 , RBD306PDZ8 , RBD306PDZ9 , RBD306PDZ10 , RBD277PDB1, RBD277PDB2, RBD277PDB4, RBD277PDQ1, RBD277PDQ2, RBD277PDQ4, YGBD307PDQ6, YGBD307PDB7, YGBD307PDQ7

Send Dacor ERD, ERSD, CPS Control Boards For Repair

Dacor ovens have control boards that can be refurbished to extend the life of your oven.  The models include but are not limited to ERD30, ERSD30, ERG30, ERD36, ERDS36, ERG36, ERD48, ERDS48, ERD30S06, CPS227, CPD227, CPS230, CPD230, CPS127, CPS130, PGR30S.   Common errors include beeping F0, F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6 and E0 errors, blank displays and oven not reaching temperature.  These errors can be fixed  quickly and reliably at www.fixyourboard.com.  Along with the failed component, all other components prone to failure are also replaced.  This means many more years of worry-free oven operation after a control board rebuild.

Once it is suspected that the oven has a control board problem, it usually makes sense to remove all of the control boards to be inspected and repaired.  This page will show you the location of these boards.  As always, make sure all power to the oven is turned off and take pictures or notes to facilitate the re-installation process.

If you have a single oven there is one “display board” and the other a “relay board”.  If you have a double oven, there is one display board and two relay boards.  By far, the majority of problems are due to the display control board, but if you suspect an issue with the relay board, it can be tested/rebuilt too.

Common part numbers for the display board are: 701002, 701003, 701004, 701005, 701006, 701007, 62180, 62181, 62182 ,62151, 62789, 62790, 62692, 62681, 82381, 82382, 82758.

These look similar to this:

The location of the display board can be seen in the following diagram:

The relays board/s will look similar to:

The relay boards can be found using the following diagram:

Once you have your notes/pictures for reference.  Remove the control boards, wrap it with some cushioning and put it in a box.  Most control boards will be fixed, tested and returned to your door step within a week.

How to Remove an Oven Control Board

If you own an oven, chances are at some point you will need to access the electronics behind the control panel.  Doing it yourself can save you some money and is easy to do on most ovens.  Regardless of what you may hear, the control boards on all appliances are repairable.  Many times, control board repair is the only option because they are obsolete or no longer available from the manufacturer.  A good example of a repair service company is www.FixYourBoard.com.

This posting shows the basic steps for removing a control board from a built-in electric Whirlpool model .  A similar process applies to Kitchenaid, GE, Thermador, Dacor, Jennair and many others. This process is just as easy on most other oven brands and once you do it, you will be glad you tackled the job.  All you usually need is a screw driver and a refreshing drink.  This post covers the basic steps that one should follow.

1.  Turn Off Power to Oven

This is the single most important step.  This is for your safety and to protect the electronics of the oven.  Removing power ensures that no wires will be shorted to other metal parts.   This is done with the circuit breaker.  Find the right one and make sure it turns off all lights in the oven and control panel.

2.  Remove Mounting Hardware

Front View Screw Locations

Side view of screws holding control panel

This whirlpool has mounting screws for the support brackets on the sides of the oven door.  These can be removed by opening the door and removing the holding screws.

3.  Take Notes and Pictures

Now, the control panel should be loose and you can pull it out to see what is behind the control panel.  This is great time to take some notes and pictures.  This is quick to do and you will glad you did once it is time to re-install the control board.

Behind Front Touchpad

In most cases as in this one, you will see the control board attached to the front panel.  Again, before you remove the control board from the panel or disconnect any wires, it is recommended that you take some snapshots before going any further.

Once the connections are removed and the control board is free, all you have to do is wrap it with some cushioning and put it in a box.  Most control boards will be fixed, tested and returned to your door step within a week.