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Wall oven controls do not light-up or function.

Kitchen Aid KEBC107KSS Electric wall oven.
1 yr old but never used.
Connected to power (220) with a HD pigtail... no lights on control board.
Thested power with a meter .. 220v OK.
Still nolights, not even the "PF".

??? Circuit breaker/ switch/ fuse?

Rich
619-807-8845
richard_kuritz@yahoo.com

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  • ovendog Dec 19, 2008

    connected power, and nothing happens,



    circuit is fine and I have 249V at the oven???



    any ideas would be so nice.

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I cant call you but iv seen this a few times the display part of the board went out (you can still probably get it to cook but cant see the temperature) you are gonna have to replace the board.

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