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good morning , I'm sorry your having issues finding out if thats the correct part, yet it is the sensor.
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Installed the new sensor. The control panel did not activate and the oven door remained locked.
The connectors did not match, so wires connected with wirenuts. Approximately 1 ohm resistance through sensor and wirenut connections.
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You should read approximately 1100 ohms at room temp for the oven sensor, are you sure it was one ohm?
I'll check again.
Reading of approximately 0.7 ohm through the reattached plastic connector. With the plastic separator between the two wire ends, I do think my probes could be contacting.
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Removed sensor to test as in video, same reading, will try another sensor.
Second sensor w/ 1087 ohms resistance installed. The lock mechanism did not reactive; the door did not open. There was no response on the control panel.
With the lack of response from the range, I did not try to bypass the door lock or install the fan.
Try to make it work?
Pulled white and brown wires off the door lock motor. With range plugged in, there was no voltage reading across the two wires.
Can the relay be replaced or are we talking replacement of the whole control board?