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Oven Control Out - Blown Fuse?

Hi, My electrician hooked up a new house electric panel, accidentaly hooked up the oven to 240 volts. It has since been hooked up to the proper voltage, however now the electronic display is out, will not come back on, the house fuse is good and replugged the oven outlet in to no avail. Also, the oven light works, so electric is functioning, no control panel though. How can I fix this??

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  • acharding Oct 05, 2007

    Yes total gas and burners are working. How do I go about replacing the board? I did not read anything about how to do that in the manual.

    Thanks for your help, Adam

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Thanks or your help. Where can I find a replacement board - GE store? Is there a chance this is just a blown fuse and not a need for a replacement board? Anywhere I can find directions/diagrams of this or more detailed instructions - just trying to be careful and not inflict further damage. THANKS

Posted on Oct 06, 2007

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If this is a total gas range then it wouldn't hook up to 240. Check to see if top burners are working. The oven control board only controls the bake/broil. If the bake/broil is the only thing not working and all connections to the board are tight then replace the board.

Posted on Oct 05, 2007

  • Craig Shelton
    Craig Shelton Oct 06, 2007

    You will need to unplug the range. Take off the back panel. The board is the same thing as the clock. remove screws and mount new control. Plug all wires in the same way as the on the old board.

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