Frigidaire Model No. 970-6601 Oven not Working

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Old 02-26-20, 09:28 PM
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Red face Frigidaire Model No. 970-6601 Oven not Working

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I am trying to find the part number for a wiring harness to my controller board. (Image 3)

I had an electrical short on my controller board (Frigidaire P/N 3164627) and have replaced the board but I cannot find the harness that connects to the board. As shown in image 1 it connects to 3 prongs which according to the manual are labeled at follows:
P3 - L2 In
P17 - L2 In (not used)
P1 - L2 Out

The harness only has two wires (1 red and 1 orange) which connect to P3 and P1 respectively. See image 3 for picture of harness I am looking for

Thanks in advance for any help. It is much appreciated

Darcy
 
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Old 02-26-20, 09:38 PM
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Welcome to the forums.

You aren't going to find harnesses like that on a replacement basis.
For those two wires..... use HD insulated crimp-on terminals.

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K1 (L2) is the fail safe switching relay. It's used to completely cut power to the heating elements.
 
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Thanks!

Any suggestions where I can purchase HD insulated crimp-on terminals online?

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Old 02-26-20, 10:07 PM
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They are called 1/4" #12 insulated slide on female crimp terminals.
I use Thomas & Betts brand pretty much exclusively.
I buy them in bulk packs of 100. They are expensive.
I checked at Amazon and could only find no name products.
You could search or check on ebay.

Scotch is also a quality crimp. In the link below is Gardner Bender crimps. They should be ok.
Crimp terminals at the depot
 
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Much appreciated!

Thanks!

 
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