The electronic oven control (EOC) on a Frigidaire range not only contains the oven mode and temperature controls but also houses the electronic display that displays the kitchen time and timer. The EOC contains a circuit board that may be damaged during a power surge, or may begin to fail over time. If the EOC is damaged, the oven will not function properly or it may not work at all. If this is the case, replace the EOC.
Pull the range away from the wall and then unplug the range's power cord from the wall outlet.
Remove the screws securing the upper back panel of the range to the appliance.
Remove the screws securing the old EOC to the control housing.
Peel the overlay off of the old EOC and place it on the new EOC.
Install the new EOC by aligning it with the screw holes and securing it using the mounting screws.
Transfer the wire connectors from the old EOC to the new EOC one at a time.
Replace the upper back panel of the range.
Plug the power cord back into the wall outlet and push the range back against the wall.