The touch panel on the front of my jennair range stated to malfunction
Paul H. • Tyngsboro, MA • October 20, 2014
My Repair & Advice
I purchased the part (which unfortunately included the whole front metal panel) from ApplianceParts.com
It arrived quickly. I looked it over - 6 screws. I switched off the power to the range and quickly removed the 6 screws from the panel. Unfortunately, the panel was connected inside to a circuit board which was attached to the back of the metal front. I removed the 4 screws holding the circuit board and removed the old metal panel and touch panel.
I reconnected the new touch panel to the old circuit board. Then screwed the old circuit board onto the back of the new panel. I put back the 6 screws and reset the power - everything worked fine!!