The display board works intermittently. All functions work even when not displayed.
What do I do to repair?
Answer Hello Bob. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the display board 9782455 is bad and will need to be replaced.
Say I ordered the display board, how do you take the old one off?
Answer Hello Charles. Here are the instructions from the manufacture. Hope this helps.
1. Turn off gas supply and disconnect power
to the range.
2. Pull the range forward far enough to access
the end cap screws.
3. Remove the grates from the range.
4. To remove the control panel:
a) Remove the screw from each end cap.
b) Open the oven door and remove the
three screws from the bottom of the
c) Pull the knobs off the gas valves.
d) Lift the front of the control panel, pull it
forward, and slide the front edge of the
cooktop glass out of the slot in the front
of the panel.
e) Rotate the control panel up and over so
the bottom side faces up.
5. To remove the ignition switches:
NOTE: The ignition switches must be replaced
as an assembly. They cannot be replaced individually.
a) Pull the rubber guard off each of the
b) Pull up on the ignition switches and
unsnap them from the gas valves, then
pull the switches off the valve stems
and remove them.
c) Disconnect the ignition switch wire connector
from the main harness and remove
the ignition switches.
6. To remove a gas valve:
a) Pull the rubber guard off the valve stem
(see step 5a).
b) Pull up on the ignitor switch and unsnap
it from the gas valve, then pull the
switch off the valve stem and remove it
(see step 5b).
c) Unscrew the 1/2? gas line connector
from the gas valve.
d) Remove the 1/4? hex-head gas valve
mounting screw and its rubber seal
from the front of the gas manifold.
e) Pull the front of the gas valve out of the
manifold and remove the valve.