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Thread: Looking for some of the parts to the controller, not the whole unit. part # 79097453800

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    Feb 2013
    New York

    Question Looking for some of the parts to the controller, not the whole unit. part # 79097453800

    Model Number: 790.97453800
    Brand: Sears Kenmore
    Age: 1-5 years

    Hi there,

    Thanks to this forum I was able to detect why my oven was no longer working. It seems the circuit board is burnt, i'm thinking this is due to a bad storm a few weeks ago. The face panal on the controller is working. When i took the contoller apart there are several pieces. I was wondering if you sold just the yellow board that the wires go into. Sears sells the whole unit for $180, but if I could avoid buying it then that would be preferred. The sears part number is 316462807.

    Please help if you can.

    thanks !!

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    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Ontario, Canada



    It only comes as a complete part...

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Size:  3.5 KB Electronic oven clock control Manufacturer Number 316462807 A little cheaper here.

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