The control board was damaged
Schniedo G. • Altamont Springs, FL • April 06, 2014
My Repair & Advice
First I located the breaker for the stove and turned it off. I then removed the cover to the control panel, five screws. Unscrew the control board, removed the face and placed it on the new control board and then screw the new control board in place. I then carefully removed the wires from the old control board and placed them on the corresponding terminal on the new control board.
I then replaced the cover to the control board then turned the breaker back on. Finally, I check the operation of the oven - and it was fine.
The home informed me that she has tried out the oven and it is working great,
Thanks for your help.
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Repair Time Estimate
Less than 15 minutes