Amana Electric Range ART6522CC Timer Repair

What is the timer/clock part number for the Amana ART6522CC Electric Range?

Timer part number 31-315570-07-0 for Amana ART6522CC

The ART6522CC Electric Range uses timer part number 31-315570-07-0.

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We can repair or replace your faulty Amana ART6522CC timer.

ART6522CC are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers

Whirlpool ART6522CC Electric Range, ART6522CC-P1143816NCC

ART6522CC Schematic and Wiring Diagrams

Cabinet Parts diagram
ART6522CC Electric Range Cabinet Parts diagram
Cavity Parts diagram
ART6522CC Electric Range Cavity Parts diagram
Maintop and backguard Parts diagram
ART6522CC Electric Range Maintop and backguard Parts diagram
Oven door and storage door Parts diagram
ART6522CC Electric Range Oven door and storage door Parts diagram

Recent Service Requests

CityProblem DescriptionResolution
Landenberg, PennsylvaniaThe oven keeps tripping the breakers, The oven contacts are charred and pitted.I'm able to keep the unit working by sanding the contacts with emery cloth (was able to make it through Thanksgiving anyway) No other issuesAwaiting receipt of timer
Medford, New YorkNo display. Oven doesn't work. Stove top works.Beyond Repair
Spring Hill, Floridathe lcd readout is dead. the stove top works fine. but the digital readout is blank and no controls on the timer work for the oven.Beyond Repair

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The building I live in has said they will cut the water for 10 weekdays from 8 am-6pm. (really 7 am). My wife is pregnant and we are both at home all day, and we could not live without water all day. They said we could use the public toilet in the other tower, but that would be a real hassle. Based on advice, we told them that this is against the implied warranty of habitability and that they should find us a temporary accommodation. Note that the repairs had nothing to do with us, but with replacing old pipe systems urgently. Needless to say, they emphatically refused, alleging that they could not do this for the whole building and if they just did that for us, it would be against the law of equal housing. We told them most of the people are out all day, but not us, and that my wife's medical condition made living like this impossible. We provided them a notice that if they did not respond within 1 day, and provide us a hotel/food, we will do so ourselves and remove it from next month
Re: complete auricular reconstruction. I understand there are generally four surgeries done. 1) How long is the recovery period after each surgery? More specifically, How many days should I expect to miss. 2) Is it possible to have use of donor cartilage and skin? If so, is there greater risk of infection? AF