Blank display, oven won't start.
Answer Hello Natalie. If there is power to the control board, but nothing works, you will need to order and replace the board on the unit. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
Whrere do I get instructions on replacing the control panel assy?
Answer Hi Gretchen. Open the bottom door. There are side (black) flat heat, phillips screws that hold the trim pieces on. Removing the side/bottom trim pieces will give access to the control panel bottom, left and right screws. There are also hidden sunk in screws at the top of the panel. remove theese, and it will allow the panel to release. Carefully release the ribbon cable and insure it is reinstalled tight and not pinched. This panel is part # 8300436. Thank you.
Thanks for the help earlier on the F2 E6 error. We don't have a cancel button on our keypad - only upper/lower oven off. Any thoughts?
Answer Hello Tracy. Cancel is the off button on alot of keypads. According to the code, you will need to replace the keypad. Hope this helps.
I was told the new control Panel board has 16 slots for the ribbon cable. I was told this would work as long as I set the ribbon cable starting with #1. Well this does not work. Do you know about this problem or do you sell the old style 14 slot ribbon cable board.
Answer Hi, the correct control panel for the model number provided (RBD305PDB14) is part number 8300435. The ribbon cable for this model will have 16 slots but only 14 slots will have a wire running to it. This will be due to extra features your unit does not have. You might of installed the empty slots into #1 slot. Therefore getting no response from the board. Try turning the cable and installing it the other way you originally tried. Hope this helps!