How do i remove the control panel? it does not work only displays time.
Take out the 4 burner knobs, just pull them straight out. Then, you'll see those round holders for the burner knobs, about 1 1/2 inches in diameter. They actually screw out, lefty-loosey, righty-tighty. Those 4 things are holding the control panel onto the oven, aka the keypanel. When you unscrew them, you should be able to pop the keypanel right off, depending on how strong the seal is (ours was worn and weak - 8ish years old I think). The problem you described sounds like the ribbon cable is unplugged, or has some gunk on it. A guy on Youtube says you can get the gunk off with a pencil eraser. Then carefully put the ribbon cable back into the slot on the back of the key panel, and put it back on the oven by lining it up and screwing in those black round holders for the burner knobs. You probably need to fix the seal on the keypanel so liquid/food doesn't spill in there; that's our next project (we don't use that range often.) Also, turn off the electricity and gas before you do this. (We flipped a switch at the circuit breaker to turn off electricity, but we didn't turn off the gas.) I'm not an expert, so please read safety tips in the manual before trying this. Good luck!
on Mar 19, 2019