08:47AM | 01/02/07
Member Since: 10/24/05
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Thanks for your prompt response. More so, thank you for that other website whereby the same part could be purchased at even a lower price! That's great to know!

**You can not go by looks a lot of electronic controls look the same.**

That's kind of what I thought here, too. I'm glad you mentioned it. I'm sure there are several parts that all look exactly the same and don't fit for every case.

**It's a little cheaper here: LINK > **

Thanks. I'll make sure I remember this link.

**proably but you might want to keep an eye on it as it may be a sign of things to come?**

That's what I thought, too. I will keep that in mind. Question: would a module(?) like this just snap in or snap out (or screw in and screw out)? I mean it's all one part, correct? If this is where this problem stems from, yeah, I may watch it for 'things to come' as you indicated and go from there when it really needs to be replaced.

Thanks again.



Rochester, New York U.S.A.

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09:37AM | 01/02/07
Member Since: 11/11/02
2271 lifetime posts
** would a module(?) like this just snap in or snap out **

Not usually, they are most often held in place by screws.

** I mean it's all one part, correct? **

The electronic control on your model is one integrated part, yes.

PS. Be sure to *put back* all the documentation you found in the range so it can be found again when needed. Such information often goes missing if kept loose. If you want to study it, make a copy but put the originals back!

Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



09:54AM | 01/02/07
Member Since: 10/24/05
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Yeah, that maintenance schematic was found masking taped to the inside wall down in the utility drawer bottom of the stove. I see what you's important for any future service reasons to keep that in there for a technician. I'll make a copy and tape this back in place.

Well, thanks for your help on this. I will monitor the oven's performance and decide at a later time whether or not it's worth investing the $78 to replace that 'module'. With everything actually performing fine (cooking-wise) it may be foolish to replace that at this time.

Thanks again,


Rochester, New York U.S.A.

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01:53PM | 12/14/15
I have a Kenmore model c970-612125 won't reheat all elements good reset fine also can you help. thanks
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