I have this whirlpool gold double oven, top convection and bottom regular wall oven model GBD307PDB10, The inside light are working, but the control panel does not work, no light and so I tweek the circuit breaker and press the control even without light and the oven started to heat up , but after a few seconds it beep and stop working again. I tweek the circuit breaker again but it did not work anymore. I spoke to the chat customer service and they suggested to replace , the control panel assy w/ membrane, switch. the part AP3043893 but do not know where to locate the control panel assy in the wall oven, How to replace the bad part and install the new one. where is it located . Help
To make sure that the issue is the control board and not the transformer which supplies the display its power you would want to test on the control board from connector p16 pin 5 to pin 7. Check for 120 vac across those pins. Then check from Connector p16 pins 2 to 3 for 12 vdc. If there is 120 vac at the pin 5 to 7 then and not 12 vdc then the transformer would be the issue. The problem could be the control board if there is not 120 vac to at the 5 to 7 connector. The control is located behind the control panel in which you would open the oven door and remove the screw at the bottom of the trim on both sides. Pull the trim off and there will be a screw at the top on the side to remove for the control panel. Remove the screw one on either side. Then you would roll the bottom of the control panel outward and lift up off the hooks.
What would cause my double oven to emit a periodic beep when it is off? The clock displays the correct time and the oven functions fine.
Answer Hello Lou. You need to check and see if there is any stuck buttons on the control panel. If not, then the control board may be bad and need to be replaced on the unit.
The clock on the display does not work. All other controls are working with the proper display.
Answer Hello Bruce,
The clock function is part of the control board 8302967. If the clock stops working, the control board will have to be replaced to correct the issue.
This is a black GE built in electric oven It is giving me a F1 alert what could the problem be and what part would I need to get to fix? Thank you Lynne
Answer Lynne, The F1 code on your wall oven indicate a relay is energized during the time of day mode. It's most likely a faulty key pad in the control panel WB36K5066 You'll want to remove power to the wall oven, remove the control panel and disconnect the ribbon connector from the control WB27K5047 , Reapply power to the oven and wait a minute or two, if the F1 code does not return, replace the control panel. If the F1 code returns, replace the ERC/control.
How do I take the control panel off to get to the circuit board Part # 8300440?
Answer Hello Duane. You will remove the side trim off the oven, then remove the screws from the bottom corners of the control panel. Make sure the power is disconnected and lift off the control panel and access the board in the unit.