We can save you hundreds of dollars by repairing or replacing your stove clock.
Most home owners can replace their own failed timers eliminating the need to call expensive appliance service firms. Learn how to remove a timer.

We offer risk-free service since there are no up-front fees, no handling charges and you don't pay if we cannot repair your failed timer.
ApplianceTimers.com has been rebuilding electronic and mechanical appliance timers and stove clocks for all popular brands of ranges (ovens, stoves), washers, dryers and dishwashers for over 40 years.

We provide three ways to save you money:
  1. Purchase a New Replacement Timer
  2. Purchase a Rebuilt Replacement Timer
  3. Repair and Return Service - we have fixed over 1 million timers!
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Send us your failed appliance timer You send us your failed timer
We rebuild and test your appliance timer We repair it and test it
We send your appliance timer back to you We send it back to you

"Your service was far beyond what we have come to accept as normal by today's standards!! Thank you for your prompt and efficient service . It's not often you can say it was a total pleasure to do business with a company. Thanks again!"

William Cohn
Catskill, New York

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Better Than New Warranty

Did you know that most new replacement timers only come with a 90-Day Warranty?

We guarantee our repairs for a full year including new problems unrelated to our repairs.

Electronic Timers

Electronic Range Timer
We repair Electronic Range timers (also known as stove clocks, oven controllers, oven displays, etc.) for all makes and models of ovens. We no longer repair electronic washer, dryer or dishwasher timers (only the mechanical variety which do not have a digital display).

Mechanical Timers

We are one of the few repair compaies in North America that can repair mechanical timers like the ones shown here.
Mechanical Dryer Timers and Mechanical Washer Timers Mechanical dishwasher timer Analog-Digital Oven Clocks
Mechanical Washer Timers &
Mechanical Dryer Timers
Mechanical Dishwasher Timers Analog-Digital Clocks &
Mechanical Range Timers


We repair timers for all popular appliance manufacturers including:
Admiral, Amana, Bakers Pride, Beaumark, Bosch, Brown Stove Works, Caloric, Camco, Crosley, Dacor, Electrolux, Franklin, Frigidaire, Gaggenau, Garland, General Electric, Gibson, Haier, Hardwick, Hobart, Hot Point, Inglis, Jenn-Air, Kelvinator, Kenmore, KitchenAid, LG, Magic Chef, Maytag, McClary, Miele, Moffat, Norge, RCA, Roper, Sears, Siemens, Simplicity, Speed Queen, Tappan, Thermador, Viking, Westinghouse, Whirlpool, White.

In-Stock Timers

We stock previously reconditioned timers 
We have a limited supply of previously rebuilt appliance timers. If you are in a hurry to repair, you may be able to source your timer from our inventory.

To find out if we have a replacement timer in stock, please call us with details of your appliance timer.

Learn more about reconditioned ERC and timer pricing

We also have a few brand new replacement timers such as the Frigidaire 318183402 timer.

What is a Timer?

The "Appliance Timer" is the main control unit within large appliances. These "circuit boards", control the cycling of the appliance in the case of washers, dryers and dishwashers. In the case of stoves and ranges, the timer controls the temperature and conveys power to the oven elements. Range timers can also show the time and can control the oven when you are not home. Most older appliances, built before the 1980's, have mechanical timers as opposed to electonic timers with digital displays. At ApplianceTimers, we are skilled at repairing both types of timers.
People often assume that, when their timer fails their appliance needs to be replaced. Nothing could be farther than the truth. Although the timer is an essential component, it can usually be repaired. Many of our customers have appliances that are 30 or 40 years old. In some cases we have repaired their timer two or three times since it is common for timers to fail every 10 - 15 years.