Question about Tappan Kitchen Ranges
Tappan Pro Design, model number TGF362BBBA. Oven will not come on when you push the buttons. Gas has been off and recently reconnected. Buttons for timer, clock set and clean cycle beep and look like they would work, but not the cooking functions. Is there a way to try to reset the oven, or is it likely another problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure there is proper electrical power going to range. Then check your kitcen circuit breakers or fuse box in your house, then reset the oven controls.
LOL look what i found, a CHILD LOCKOUT FUNCTION-- check this out
TO SET CHILD LOCKOUT
Press and hold the COOK MIN/HR and STOP TIME buttons until indicator word OFF appears in the
display (approximately 6 seconds).
TO CANCEL THE CHILD LOCKOUT
Press and Hold the COOK MIN/HR and STOP TIME buttons until indicator word OFF disappears
from the display (approximately 6 seconds). Mode selections will now be available on the control panel.
looks like someones could have been playing with the buttons and locked you out..
Let me know what happen.........................please rate this
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
Circuit board repair is your only alternative to shelling out $200 for a replacement. Take the control box out of the stove and remove the top board, which is just relays and interface connectors to the AC power and bake/broil burners. Under this is a complex circuit board, also to be removed. You have to unbend tabs to do these removals, and make sure that all the inter-board connector pins are properly mated when reassembling and rebending tabs. On the underside of the circuit board I found corroded spots under each of the 3 electrolytic capacitors on the board. Very suspicious. I replaced the caps and had to patch two traces on the board with jumpers, and this fixed the problem! You may as well try this (or have a nerdly pal try it) since you have nothing to lose and possibly $200 to save.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: had the oven set to
Over on the applianceguru.com forum someone posted this problem and the gurus there said it's the control board. You can order the part online and replace it yourself, it's probably around $150-$200 depending on where you get it. You may find a better deal on ebay too.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: I have a GE XL44
This is a failure with the clock module. You can replace it with a new one, or fixyourboard.com rebuild it to save you some cost.
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
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