Each part of the oven is important, and one of the considered main parts is the oven relay board. The electronic oven control or relay board incorporated with the appliance is responsible for directing the oven functions. These functions include broiling and baking. You can find the control specifically in the control equipped with a digital clock.
However, it comes to an instance that it will not work as it should be. In a Kitchenaid Oven Repair, Oven Cycling Relay Test will be done by the Kitchenaid Appliance Repair Professionals in Burbank to see the condition of the component and determine what seems to be the reason it is not working and how to fix it properly.
If the control relay board needs to be changed, it is important to get a certified replacement that is compatible with the oven model you are using to ensure that it fits and won’t cause any problem once it is in use.
To change the component, you can refer to the following steps:
Shut off the power and the gas:
- Carefully pull the range forward and unplug it.
- If necessary, have someone who could assist you when moving the appliance.
- Shut off the gas supply for the unit.
Remove the lower back panel: Remove the screws that secure the unit’s back panel. As you remove the last couple of screws, press the panel against the range so it won’t fail and carefully lower the panel to the floor and set it aside.
Disconnect the relay control board: Make sure to take a photo of the wires attached to the relay control board or make them with numbered pieces of masking tape before you remove them to easily attach the wires to the new control board correctly. Disconnect all the wires from the relay control board.
Remove the Relay Control Board: Remove the mounting screws that secure the relay control board to the back of the oven. Release the mounting clips that hold the relay control board in place, remove the board and safely discard it.
Install the New Control Relay Board:
- Ground yourself against the metal frame of the range to prevent any static discharge that can damage the control board before removing the new relay control board from its package.
- Carefully position this on the mounting clips and push it inward to ensure that it will lock the mounting clips in place.
- Insert the mounting screws and tighten them just hand.
Reconnect the Wires: Carefully connect all the wires in the right position on the new control board. Refer to the photo you have taken previously or the number tags.
Reattach the back panel: Position the upper back panel on the back of the appliance so that the mounting holes line up. Insert the mounting screws and tighten them to secure their back panel.
Please turn on the gas and power: Turn on the gas supply, plug the appliance and push it into position. Ensure that the rear leveling food is properly engaged in the anti-tip bracket.
If you are unsure about how to replace the relay control board, you can call Kitchenaid Appliance Repair Professionals to assist you.