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Re: electric surge turned off the clock,oven but the...
The clock and display are leds, right. If you can remove the panel where the board is and gain access to the back of it, look for a fuse, similar to a car fuse. The elements are controlled by manual independent switches, that's why they are working. If there is no fuse, or its still good, look for a burnt wire of some sort back there, as you said a power surge went through it.
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HI, The power surge has, essentially, destroyed your main control boards circuitry. This will happen during a power surge. Most oven control board are not protected from this type of potential damage. To confirm, simply unplug your unit for 5 minutes. Once the five minute reset has passed, simply re- introduce power to the unit, and observe. If you experience the same issues after the five minutes reset, this will confirm the damage to the control board.
It must be replaced if the damage persist after the reset.
Same thing happened to me about 1 month ago... Did you get some kind of power outage or lightning strike??? I am pretty sure the stove part works but the oven doesn't right?!?! It might be 2 things.. Either the temperature sensor inside the oven doesn't work or it's the control board (where the clock is). I tried to chaned teh temp sensor but it did not work. I then changed the Control Board and oven works again...