Oven just 3 years old. Still works: clock, keep warm, cancel, timer, favorite, oven light when door is open. Won't work: keypad, bake, broil, clean, oven light button.
Several other questions regarding this same model seems to indicate that Maytag's control panel might continue to be a problem.
Answer Darlene, You're on target. The control panel Key pad assembly 5765M440-60 is the culprit. The key pad circuits have started to degrade and become inoperative. The most common issue for this issue is the cleaning process on the oven control panel. Best practice is to use a damp cloth, or soapy damp cloth and rinse with clean damp cloth. Household cleaner solutions, that contain ammonia are the usual cause of early degradation of key pads and touch control panels on most appliances.
The bake button and a few others do not work. Do you think this could be the main board or control panel itself?
Answer Hello Chad,
I would turn the power off to the unit and remove the control panel. Unplug the ribbon cable and, using a pencil eraser, erase over the traces in the same direction as the traces run only to avoid damage to the ribbon cable. Reconnect the ribbon cable and reinstate the power. test the unit and if the buttons still do not respond, replace the control panel. For black order part number 5765M440-60. For white order part number 5765M482-60.
My oven is approx 5 years old and the bake button will not work. Do I need to replace the entire control panel or is there something else I can try?
Answer Stacey, You're on the right track, You'll need to repalce the control panel / keypad assembly to correct the issue for your bake button failure. Thanks and Good Luck.