How To Fix A Timer That Won't Advance - Range Repair

How To Repair An Oven Timer

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Electronic Control Board

If you have a newer stove that’s not restaurant-style, it’s likely that the oven is controlled by an electronic control board. It functions like the brain of the stove, managing the broil and bake functions of an electric range as well as the oven safety valve of a gas one. The advantage of an electronic control board is that it normally displays fault codes that you can check against the owner’s manual to diagnose a problem like the one of a malfunctioning timer. But if there’s no fault code showing, the output relay needs to be checked at the control board – by a trained professional because of the risk of electric shock. That repairperson can help you determine whether the timer or another part needs replacement due to a lack of voltage output.

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