Amana Gas Range AGS761L Timer Repair

What is the timer/clock part number for the Amana AGS761L Gas Range?

Timer part number 31-309440-07-0 for Amana AGS761L

The AGS761L Gas Range uses timer part number 31-309440-07-0.

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AGS761L are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers

Whirlpool AGS761L Gas Range, AGS761L-P1142635NL, AGS761LL-P1142635NLL, AGS761LL-P1141274NLL, AGS761L1-P1141274NL

AGS761L Schematic and Wiring Diagrams

Cabinet assembly Parts diagram
AGS761L Gas Range Cabinet assembly Parts diagram
Oven assembly Parts diagram
AGS761L Gas Range Oven assembly Parts diagram
Sealed burner Parts diagram
AGS761L Gas Range Sealed burner Parts diagram
Oven door assembly Parts diagram
AGS761L Gas Range Oven door assembly Parts diagram
Storage drawer assembly Parts diagram
AGS761L Gas Range Storage drawer assembly Parts diagram
Gas components Parts diagram
AGS761L Gas Range Gas components Parts diagram
Electrical components Parts diagram
AGS761L Gas Range Electrical components Parts diagram
Backguard diagram
AGS761L Gas Range Backguard diagram

Recent Service Requests

CityProblem DescriptionResolution
Boone, IowaThe timer went blank one day, the oven door lock would hum and the oven would not work. The time would also not show up. I had a certified appliance tech test the unit and said that the clock was broken and there were capacitors that he thought were bad. Part is no longer in stock and had to get a new unit.

Sometimes now whe the oven is plugged in the time does show up but the door still hums.
Brookville, Pennsylvanianot sure of timer part # -I have timer out and entered first numbers on unit. It also has following-100-558-03 585/905 F 94371234 7087 02400173 02 on unit. Can you verify that you can repair/test this unit and how to pack for repair ??

Thank you,

Don Musgrave
Beyond Repair
kenosha, WisconsinWhen oven is set to temperature (to bake), the display shows the temperature like normal. Then after about 30 seconds or so, it just goes blank and never ignites to oven. The broiler is the same way.

Ive taken out the igniter and hooked it up to straight 120 voltage. It does end up glowing and appears to be working (we replaced that less than a year ago). Ive also measured the voltage across the igniter wires (with the igniter taken out), and there is no change in the voltage when the temperature is set to baking temperature.
Awaiting receipt of timer

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