Led board was out and some functions were inoperable
Peter A. • Las Vegas, NV • February 04, 2015
My Repair & Advice
We had no clear instructions on how or where to replace the motherboard and display panel, which was located horizontally in a 5" high cavity above the stove. Consequently, we took apart the whole front panel in an attempt to gain access, only to find it impossible as every thing was wired pretty tight. We finally figured out to pull out the oven and unscrew the top cover plate.
From that point on it was easy to replug the over a dozen wires to the new boards and reinstall them. Had we not unnecessarily dismantled and then reassembled the front panel,it would have been a half hour job.
We reinstalled the oven, turned on the breaker and it works again. Anyone handy and with some common sense can do this job and save $500 bucks or more!