After a power failure, wall oven model GBD307PDSO9 stopped working and the touch pad would not illuminate. You suggested checking the transformer, which I did. Sure enough, it was bad. I changed it out and the oven worked but for only a few minutes, then went dead again. Your suggestion was to change the Electronic control, which I did. I now have illumination at the control board, however PF shows for a minute or two, then I get an F2/E2 error and the pad is unresponsive. I believe it is trying to tell me that there is a communication error. My question is: Since I replaced the electronic control, do I need to synchronize it with the old touchpad with a code or do I need to replace the old touch pad? I have tried several time to re-insert the communication ribbon but it just won't communicate.
ANSWER Hello Randy. Based on the information you provided, it is leading to the control panel 8300440 needing to be replaced as well. If some buttons work, then do not, it is the panel on the unit.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, April 24, 2013