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G.E. ERC PN: WB27K5073 Schematic


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#1 ebmopar

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Posted 05 January 2006 - 12:39 PM

I would like to find the schematic for the stove clock ERC PN:WB27K5073 itself (not the oven wiring diagram) . Does anybody know where I can find schematics for this and other similar ERC stove clocks manufactured for G.E. and other company's By Robertshaw?

Thank You for any help you might offer

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Posted 06 January 2006 - 10:17 AM

Hello, my schematic-seeking friend. Ah, don't we all lust after such diagrams? But, alas, these are closely-guarded industrial secrets. You know, back in my youth as a Mujahideen warror, we kidnapped a technical representative ("tech rep," as you Ameedicans are fond of saying) from Robert Shaw Corporation and interrogated him for days to obtain a schematic for a GE (may they rot in Eternal Peril!) range control board. He held out valiantly and, in fact, we had given up and were breaking out the Doogh, the traditional Afghani drink consisting of cheap vodka and semen of yak, to celebrate his bravery. After drinking his serving and then inquiring about the contents of the drink, he regurgitated with explosive convulsions and agreed to get us any information we desired.

But that was over 25 years ago and I'm sure the technology has changed significantly so my vast collection of circuit schematics would avail you little.

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