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Oven , light and fan not working new element fitted 2months


Sometimes the timer display fades but still working in background, if all dead now then probably means you need new timer as ovens shouldn't work if clocks not set to manual mode.
Try turning oven on then messing with buttons, usually the 2 left buttons and one far right should do trick.. push 2 left first, keeping them pressed push far right!

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Richard The Repairman

Mar 30, 2014 | Zanussi Ovens

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Only some of the keys on the keypad of my oven work. I have replaced the control board (computer board), but they keys still don't work. What specific part do I need to replace?


Hello, Thank You for using FixYa. I will be helping you today.You didnt have to change the computer you need to replace the control panel. The control panel is the whole front piece which has the touch membrane on it. This is common on these units.
Thank You and please rate my answer if it was helpful..

Jun 10, 2011 | Maytag MEW6530DDS Stainless Steel Electric...

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Self Cleaning Amana wall oven installed in late 1999 Has worked very well until recently when buttons are pushed to do bake, broil, time etc it won't work when time button is pushed to start. What is...


TRY THIS... If the buttons are "stuck", the glass panel may have shifted to the right or left causing the holes in the glass (through which the button protrude) to rub against the glass. VERY CARFULLY try to shift the glass so the buttons are centered in the holes.

Oct 31, 2010 | Ovens

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Control Panel Light is out.


I'm not sure if you have removed the trim on the right and left front. so if you have not then open the bottom oven door and in the lower right and left corner near the hing should be a screw, remove them and pull down on the trim pice and now this will revial a screw at the top right of the control pannel on the left and right , now remove them screws and make sure power is turned off at the fuse box and lift on the control pannel. if this does not work you will need to remove the unit.

May 24, 2010 | Whirlpool RBD305PR Electric Double Oven

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Control panel buttons due not work


It is the whole front face w/ the buttons. My whole neigborhood has these ovens (same builder, same ovens) and this part lasts about 2-4 years. The part is about $165. You can see it on Home Depot's appliance repair site. It looks like there is nothing electronic, but there is, and it's busted. It is really easy to replace:
1. Turn off the breaker at your house's breaker panel.
2. Verify there is no power to the oven.
3. Open the oven door. Look on the right and left side of the oven. There should be 4-6 screws going from vertical trim pieces of the oven into your cabinets. Your builder may have also put screws from the bottom trim of the oven into your cabinets. Mine did not. Remove these screws.
4. After that, your oven should slide forward out of the cabinet. Pull it about 6 inches out.
5. There are two screws (1/4 inch hex headed screws) holding the front panel to the oven. Remove those.
6.Slide the front panel off.
7. Remove the computer ribbon looking wire from the back of the control panel. It's a strange connection - it should come out effortlessly when done right. The little grey connection that surrounds the wire's entry point stays on the panel, but a wedge is jammed between the grey surround and the wire. You pull the wedge out and the wire comes out...easier than my credit card out of my wallet.
8. Remove the four screws (again, 1/4 inch hex headed screws) connecting the thick, double layered circuit board and clock display from the metal face.
9. The metal face is what you need to replace. Pasted onto the front of the metal face is a super thin button panel, and that's the part that died, and will die again, and again, and again...
email me for pics schmidtkeith1@yahoo.com

Aug 31, 2009 | Maytag 30" Built-In Single Electric Wall...

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Built-In Oven Buttons Stop Working


It is the whole front face w/ the buttons. My whole neigborhood has these ovens (same builder, same ovens) and this part lasts about 2-4 years. The part is about $165. You can see it on Home Depot's appliance repair site. It looks like there is nothing electronic, but there is, and it's busted. It is really easy to replace:
1. Turn off the breaker at your house's breaker panel.
2. Verify there is no power to the oven.
3. Open the oven door. Look on the right and left side of the oven. There should be 4-6 screws going from vertical trim pieces of the oven into your cabinets. Your builder may have also put screws from the bottom trim of the oven into your cabinets. Mine did not. Remove these screws.
4. After that, your oven should slide forward out of the cabinet. Pull it about 6 inches out.
5. There are two screws (1/4 inch hex headed screws) holding the front panel to the oven. Remove those.
6.Slide the front panel off.
7. Remove the computer ribbon looking wire from the back of the control panel. It's a strange connection - it should come out effortlessly when done right. The little grey connection that surrounds the wire's entry point stays on the panel, but a wedge is jammed between the grey surround and the wire. You pull the wedge out and the wire comes out...easier than my credit card out of my wallet.
8. Remove the four screws (again, 1/4 inch hex headed screws) connecting the thick, double layered circuit board and clock display from the metal face.
9. The metal face is what you need to replace. Pasted onto the front of the metal face is a super thin button panel, and that's the part that died, and will die again, and again, and again...
Email me for some pictures:
schmidtkeith1@yahoo.com

Aug 02, 2009 | Maytag 30" Built-In Single Electric Wall...

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GE Profile JT952 Touch Pad Button Issue




Try this link
http://www.fixya.com/howto/h155060-dreaded_f7_error

Mar 28, 2009 | GE Profile JT952 Electric Double Oven

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Fisher and Paykel electric cooker (Pepper)


No, it's the first 2 buttons on the left pushed together as well as the + or - to set the right time

Jan 07, 2008 | Ovens

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Diplomat Oven ADP3650 Instructions


User manuals are hard to find.
The problem I had was setting the clock on a single Diplomat oven, with no clock button. Here's my solution :

DIPLOMAT OVEN OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The Diplomat single oven is controlled by two knobs and a set of buttons along the middle of the control panel.
The left knob sets the temperature of the oven, while the right knob selects the function to be performed, e.g. fan oven, grill, etc.
The buttons along the middle set the cooker clock, the start and end times of cooking, and the “+” and “-“ buttons will increase or decrease the time shown on the cooker’s clock.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE OVEN WILL NOT OPERATE UNTIL THE CLOCK IS SET.
If there is any interruption to the power supply (including manually switching off at the main switch) the oven will not operate until the clock is reset.
Here’s how to set the clock:
First press simultaneously the first two buttons to the left of the control panel. They are marked as a Bell symbol (Alarm) , and a steaming Cooking Pot (Start of Cooking Time). Then immediately press the plus “+” or minus “-“ buttons to increase or decrease the time displayed. When the desired time has been reached, leave it for a few seconds, and it will remain set at this time. Any further changes to the displayed time will require this procedure to be repeated.
Hope this helps!

Oct 10, 2007 | Ovens

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