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GE model JKP13GOP2BG control panel faulty ( F1 code)

I' ve found someone to repair my range control ( WB27K5040 ) but I need to remove it so I can send it in. How do I remove the control?

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Often times when someone makes an attempt to "repair" a control, it does not hold up. Replace the entire control. Don't waste your time. You will also get a year warranty on a replacement control.

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Unfortunately, the F1 error means that either the touch pad has a short or the "clock" (electronic control unit) has failed. Sometimes the wire between the touch pad and the clock fails. To test for the exact problem, you would need to unplug the range and access the clock from the back of the range. Unplug the touch pad from the clock. Then plug in the range again. If the error does not recur, the touch pad is bad. If the F1 error and beeping repeat, the clock is bad.

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Use an X-acto knife at the edges of the plastic touch panel to separate the touch panel from the backing all the way araound. This requires a steady hand and a good deal of patience. Once there are a few millimeters cut from under the edges, the edges can be gently pried up to remove the entire panel, which is just glued on.

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Gene. __________________Hi I did some research for your oven and this is what i found , someone with the same problem , control board needs to be replaced , if you click on the web page below it will explain it to you , good luck Frank


Read more: http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/1094-whirlpool-fault-code-e6-f2.html#ixzz1gYuqvZnV
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