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Question DetailsAsked on 11/22/2017

MY KITCHEN AID STOVE DOES NOT WARM UP BUT SOME OF THE ELEMENTS LIKE CLOCK AND TIMER WORK

I HAD SOMEONE LOOK AT AT AND THEY ASKED MY FOR 750. PLUS TAX, THE QUESTION IS I DON'T THINK THAT THE CONTROL BOARD HAS TO BE CHANGED BECAUSE SOMETHING THINGS WORK?

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Relay control board (which controls the burners) runs about $150-400 depending on model - a lot around $300 retail price, so probably $400-500 billout rate by a repairman - plus probably $200-300 labor to replace it comes to about $350-800 total charge estimate, depending on model. For something that expensive I would call a couple of other Appliance Repair - Large vendors and askk what they would charge to replace that - but bear in mind go elsewhere and if the first guy's diagnosis was wrong you will be paying a restocking frer (typically 10-25%) on the unused board.


yesthe clock/times board is separate from the control board - it feeds timing information to the oven and burner relay control boards (looks like those are separate in at least some kitchenaids) but is a separate board. I am guessing you may find the oven works too, if it has a separate board.


Of course, as with any repair, keep in mind the age of the appliance and the value of a new warranty from a newe one - don't put so much into a quite old (say 20+ years old) appliance without considering if you are putting good money after bad, especially if your model has been a maintenance sponge so far.


And of course, if not old, check your warranty period, and google for recalls to be sure this is not a repair they should be doing for free.

Answered 11 months ago by LCD




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