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Amana AOES3030 wall oven. Why is the display/control panel dark?

Amana AOES303 oven. Display/control panel dark.  Only oven light has power.

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Usually the keypad is separate and connected with a ribbon cable.If so, you just need to order a new keypad assembly

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SOURCE: jenn-air expressions 27" convection wall oven model wm27460 won't heat

reset your breaker reprogram the clock try again what happend last time it was working self clean broiling etc

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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Hi~ According to the manual for this oven, the F2 code signifies - high oven temperature. The only suggestion for any of the codes in the manual is to disconnect the electrical supply. It says" pressing OVEN CANCEL pad or disconnecting electrical supply may eliminate "F code". If failure continues, contact an authorized servicer.
I hope this helps. Linda

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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SOURCE: Amana Convection Wall Oven Model AOCS3040 Does Not Heat in any Mode

sure its possible, sounds like you've blown an over limit thermostat behind stove, gets too hot and for safety reasons cuts off unit untill replaced

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In most ovens, both elements are used during the warmup phase even when used for baking and after the set-temperature is reached, the lower element keeps it stable.
You should be able to detect which one is not working with your bare hand. Set the baking temperature for 250-300 degrees, leaving the oven door open. Hold your hand at different heights in the oven and you should be able to sense which element is working and which isn't within a couple of minutes.
If you still aren't certain, then try using the broil element only. If it is heating, then it's obviously OK and that would point to the bake (lower) element by default.
A final check could be done with an open door and hovering with your hand over the lower element; no heat = defective.  

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Before doing anything else, turn off the power at the circuit breaker and leave it off for a few minutes... then turn the power back on and it should start up again and be okay...

If this does not fix it then the control board is fried...from the power surge when the power went out...


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Sam, Lost my chat window once again, but yes those are the part numbers for your control board and your key-panel respectively use them to be sure you are getting the right part.

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