Now I have no lights on the display. Initially the lights were flashing than would go out . There was no response when pressing the start button.I shut the breaker off in an attempt to check the start button with a meter but was unsuccessful trying to test a such a small ribbon wire. So I did a visual inspection of the control board and noticed there was a microchip that had looked melted so I changed it . Still No lights.. I do have power going into to control board and door switch does work.. I'm pretty confident that the control panel is faulty but could I be missing something?
ANSWER Hello Joe. Based on the information you provided, the control panel 6-919839 is bad and will need to be replaced.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, December 07, 2012