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F1 the key board does not work

After a self cleaning, the oven started acting up and i was unable to set the temperature.  It would go up to 550 and the next day the board did not work.  A F1 displayed on the screen with a beeping that went on and on.

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  • luzbyr Feb 25, 2009

    IT WORKED.  TX

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Your keypad is stuck.
Jiggle all the pads and try it again.
If that does not work, replace your keypad.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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    steve Feb 25, 2009

    Congratulations!!!

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