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#1 Posted : Wednesday, September 28, 2022 5:23:10 PM(UTC)

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Hi.. I have a relatively new (2 year old) Samsung electric oven model ne58k9430ss. It recently emitted a terrible plastic burning smell during a cook cycle and then subsequently would not heat.. broiler or baking elements. Cooktop still works. Upon opening the back, I found the lower left corner of the main control board to have burned. I don't know if you can see this picture, but here is a link to it:

I've purchased a replacement control board and have it. What do I do about these wires? Can I just splice new connectors into these bare wires and reconnect everything back to the control board? Is it safe to do so? Or do I need an entirely new wiring harness? I've looked at them but am completely lost as to which one I should get.

Thanks for any feedback.

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