Difficulty level: Easy
Time consumption: 10 minutes
Tools: TORX 15 screwdriver, 8 mm wrench
Components: Wi-Fi cable with threaded connector

How to replace the Wi-Fi cable 

Remove the backplate by unscrewing the screws:

Unscrew the nut and remove the washer on the connector and pull the connector out of the hole:

Place the new threaded connector in the hole, mount the washer, and screw on the nut:

The wi-fi cable should now be removed from the control board. To do this, you need to access the control board. This can be done in two ways: 
  1. Access from the back of the stove:

  2. If the stove is placed in a tight space, you can access from the front. Open the stove’s lower door and unscrew the plate on the lower left side. Gently pull out the board while making sure not to damage the board and cables

Remove the old wi-fi cable on the control board and mount the new cable. Do this carefully, as the cable and board are brittle: