Question about Ovens
Thermometer was good and the light inside oven works but clock is black and all controls black.
Chat Dan gave me this part # for my oven.
AP4102875 Whirlpool part for Maytag wall oven cwe9000bce -
Is this correct part? and how do I install it AFTER I open the oven again?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, well this is a brain tester!! I think you need really to look at this in a simple way. Check to see where the door lock wires come from first? Find where the mains power comes into? then if it goes directly to the main control board then check to see if there is any power getting through the board to the otherside where the wires disapear into the cooker. I would consider checking the control board for any signs of burn damage and then look at the clock unit to as these are normally the main components in the cooker that will stop it from working.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
The circuit board is for the display/touch panel. It is mounted on the back of the display panel itself and connected to the other circuit boards by two multipin connectors. When you remove the display panel (3 screws on top, 4 on the bottom) you will be able to GENTLY detach those connectors. They are low voltage and may be handled safety even when the oven is powered, but I agree that turning off the oven circuit breaker is good practice.
To remove the circuit board, GENTLY release the two black plastic tabs; the solder pads are underneath. I too used a 100 mf capacitor because no local supplier had a 68 mf hi-temp. Observe polarity; the (-) lead goes towards the center of the board (away from the edge connector.)
BTW, I had exactly the same symptoms (display goes dim, then goes out altogether.)
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Take your temp knob off and look in the center of the stem and you should find a small set screw. Using a small precision screwdriver, turn the screw until you see the light come on. (You won't have to turn it far.) Turn it a little at a time, maybe a 1/16 of a turn. Leave your thermometer in the oven with the door closed and at or near the temp probe that is in the oven. This way, you are getting a true reading.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
First make sure you didn't trip a breaker. You could have power for the electronics on one side of the 220V and that is why the clock still works. Turn off the breaker and then back on even if it looks on. If it does this again you have a sever problem that will require a service call. If the breaker is tripping it could be other than the oven and if so a new one will work ok unless itsin your wiring.
If this helps you please ratre me accordingly Good luck.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Sounds like you may need a new control panel
Since the keyboard and the control panel cost about the same ($150) get them checked befor you order any parts.
keyboard - part # 8300440
control board part # 830219
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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