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No lights on panel can't read temp. or time how to replace lig

How can I replace lights,,can i get light and do it myself or do i need technician is there a web site that gives instruction on this repair?

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Sounds like another control board failure, common on this type oven. It appears that a capacitor (#C3 on board) overheats and goes bad. Replacement of cap is a simple soldering job but the caps can be hard to find, try electronics parts houses and explain you need a high temp replacement. Should cost you about a buck. See post by BrianGem back in may of 2008, who turned me on to the target cap. Its a 35Volt 86mF. DISCONNECT OR TURN OFF POWER PRIOR TO ANY REPAIRS.

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