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Sorry i don't know the model number. My grandparents 30 or so year old admeral stove/oven broke. after i checked

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Sorry i don't know the model number. My grandparents 30 or so year old admeral stove/oven broke. after i checked all the parts this was what broke.
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31351552/SNB11346.JPG

my question to you is where can i find this part its from a really old oven... I did part searches on some sites with the number on the board 421653. I came up with a $5 part with no picture and a $50 part with no picture, and I need to back order the part... Does anyone know where i might be able to find a single relay so that I can just un-solder the broken one and solder the new one on?

here is the back http://dl.dropbox.com/u/31351552/SNB11347.JPG

tnx in advance

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Try to find the model number though info may not be available on such an old unit.
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I also found a part with this number on AppliancePartsPros for about $5.00 but it was listed as a pin.

You may be able to find a replacement relay at an electronics supply house like Digikey but you will have to get a manufacturer's number off of it.
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thank you for the reply denman. the oven is at my grandparents and I don't know when the next time i will be going there is. So for now I cant get the model number. I did find that 5 dollar part on some other sites. But it doesn't make sense relay boards cost hundreds of dollars why would this one cost 5 I don't think its the right part. and there is not even a picture...

The white cap over the relay has 7085 and a black smudge on the side of the cap it says ITT and has a backwards R beside a U on the right it has an SP...

Its a shame that i dont know what voltage this ran at or how much mA it uses.
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k so I got a look at the oven again

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Model: ARE48080
Serial 7CD10395
Type: 30-A
125-250v
13100 W
60 Hz

how would I find the manufacture number on the relay?
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Just look at any numbers on it and then Google them.

I tried to find info on the given model number and came up with nothing.
Perhaps it is just too old.
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ya I was afraid of that too.... I'm gonna keep an eye out for ovens that people throw in the garbage for scrap collectors to pick up. Maybe I can find a relay like mine in one.
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I do not know what if any electrical experience you have so am not sure if you can do the following.

By looking at the relay board you should be able to figure out what the connections are re: the relay coil, the Normally Open contacts and if it has them the Normally Closed contacts.

Then if you do a live test you should be able to find out the voltage which closes relay with a meter.
Then if you take the board to an electronics supply house they may be able to find a suitable relay. The contacts probably have to be rated for at least 20 amps. A lot depends on how good/knowledgeable the counter person is.

If you decide to give this a shot be very, very careful as you are messing with 240 volts which is lethal.
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I know that I have a 30A fuse going to the relay with a yellow wire and I will attempt a live voltage test.
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The 30 amp fuse is probably for the voltage (line) controlled by the relay contacts. So I think thet the relay contacts would have to have a minimum capacity of 30 amp.

The voltage you need to find is the relay coil voltage.

Since this is an old unit, it is probably one of the following 12, 24, 120 volts AC but I am just guessing.
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