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Frigidaire Gas Range Clock Control Panel Replacement (5304509065)

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This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the clock control panel on Frigidaire gas ranges.

All of the information in this video is applicable to the following brands: Frigidaire

Tools used: Quarter-inch socket or nut driver & a Phillips-head screwdriver.

Step By Step Instructions

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Frigidaire Gas Range - Model FFGF3052TSA
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Gas Range Clock Control Panel Replacement
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Tools & Assistance Needed
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"You will need a quarter-inch socket or nut driver and a phillips-head screwdriver for this procedure, and you may need assistance."
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Be sure to unplug the power cord or shut off the power supply.
6
Have an assistant help you to move the range away from the wall.
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"Using a quarter-inch socket or nut driver, unthread the six screws to release the upper rear access panel."
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Depress the retaining tab to disconnect the clock control wire connecter.
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Use a phillips-head screwdriver to unthread the four mounting screws to release the clock control from the support braces.
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Depress the side retaining tabs to release the oven light switch from the control panel.
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Detach the wires.
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Unthread the lower mounting screws securing the control panel.
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Unthread the upper mounting screws and remove the old panel.
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Install the new clock control panel by positioning it on the end caps.
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Thread the upper and lower mounting screws.
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"Reinstall the oven light switch by first connecting the wires to the terminals, then snap the switch into place on the new control panel."
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Position the clock control on the support braces and thread the four mounting screws.
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Connect the wire connecter.
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Reinstall the rear access panel by aligning the tabs behind the lip of the control panel.
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Thread the screws to hold it in place.
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"Move the appliance back against the wall, then plug the power cord back in or restore the power supply."
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Congrats! Your gas range is ready for use.
Description
This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the clock control panel on Frigidaire gas ranges.

All of the information in this video is applicable to the following brands: Frigidaire

Tools used: Quarter-inch socket or nut driver & a Phillips-head screwdriver.
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
Frigidaire Gas Range - Model FFGF3052TSA
2
Gas Range Clock Control Panel Replacement
3
Tools & Assistance Needed
4
"You will need a quarter-inch socket or nut driver and a phillips-head screwdriver for this procedure, and you may need assistance."
5
Be sure to unplug the power cord or shut off the power supply.
6
Have an assistant help you to move the range away from the wall.
7
"Using a quarter-inch socket or nut driver, unthread the six screws to release the upper rear access panel."
8
Depress the retaining tab to disconnect the clock control wire connecter.
9
Use a phillips-head screwdriver to unthread the four mounting screws to release the clock control from the support braces.
10
Depress the side retaining tabs to release the oven light switch from the control panel.
11
Detach the wires.
12
Unthread the lower mounting screws securing the control panel.
13
Unthread the upper mounting screws and remove the old panel.
14
Install the new clock control panel by positioning it on the end caps.
15
Thread the upper and lower mounting screws.
16
"Reinstall the oven light switch by first connecting the wires to the terminals, then snap the switch into place on the new control panel."
17
Position the clock control on the support braces and thread the four mounting screws.
18
Connect the wire connecter.
19
Reinstall the rear access panel by aligning the tabs behind the lip of the control panel.
20
Thread the screws to hold it in place.
21
"Move the appliance back against the wall, then plug the power cord back in or restore the power supply."
22
Congrats! Your gas range is ready for use.

Applicable Product Model

Range/Stove/Oven
Model
Subtype
Gas
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